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Automotive Grade Linux Shows a Lot of Open Source Promise for In-Car Infotainment

Let’s face it: most automakers are notoriously bad at creating competent infotainment and navigation systems. This really is the case, with the few good ones out there representing the exception. A number of factors make this true, and in short, it’s basically down to costs, allocated development budgets and a general lack of deep knowledge and experience in the field on their part.

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Vermont unveils station for electric car charging

Despite steady increases in premium prices during the past five years, auto owners’ satisfaction with auto insurers is reaching record-high levels, according to a recent J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Auto Insurance Study.

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Massachusetts gas prices down 3 cents per gallon

BOSTON — The price of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has dropped 3 cents in the past week.

AAA Southern New England reports Monday that self-serve regular is down to $3.67 per gallon.

That's a penny more than the national average, 3 cents higher than the in-state price a month ago and a full 19 cents higher than at this time a year ago.

AAA found wide range of prices, from a low of $3.45 for a gallon of self-serve regular to a high of $3.89 for the same grade.

-Boston Herald

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Summer heat takes toll on electric vehicle mileage

Drivers of gas-powered vehicles may experience variations in miles per gallon, but a gas station is likely within easy reach. The recharging network for electric vehicles is less developed, making it critical for EV drivers to understand the impact of extreme temperatures on driving range.

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Small Businesses at Big Risk for Data Breaches

Businesses should be wary of breaches from a variety of sources, not just cybercriminals.

​LOS ANGELES – An article this weekend in the Los Angeles Times detailed numerous examples of Southern California businesses that became victims of data breaches, in spite of what they thought were their best efforts to secure their data. The lesson? According to one business owner: "It's not a question of if you're going to have identity theft. It's a question of when — and are you prepared to deal with it?"

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Where's the Beef From? Court Upholds Labels
A court upheld new government rules requiring labels on packaged steaks, ribs and other cuts of meat to say where the animals come from.

Stocks Drop on New Sanctions Against Russia
Stocks dropped, as further sanctions against Russia overshadowed upbeat earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer

U.S. to Seize Oil in Iraq-Kurdistan Dispute
U.S. authorities are preparing to seize a cargo of crude oil from a tanker anchored off the Texas coast caught in a dispute between Iraq and Kurdistan.

Jimmy Dean Takes Aim at the Dinner Table
The name that's nearly synonymous with breakfast sausage itself is expanding into other meals.

Beware of Student Loan Repayment Scams
As millions are struggling to pay off student loans, scammers have created phony “debt relief” companies that promise to help – for a price.