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11 HOURS AGO - Investors Business Daily

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AT&T M2M Strategy In Fast Lane With Connected Cars

AT&T (T) says it expects to provide high-speed wireless data service to 10 million vehicles by 2017, up from just 2 million as of Sept. 30. AT&T updated its wireless strategy at an investors day held in Atlanta on Tuesday. AT&T stock was flat in afternoon trading in the stock market today. In April, AT&T added Volvo to its growing ...

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SEP 29, 2014 - TechRadar

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New lenses at Photokina 2014

Lenses: A-FWe've already reported on the new cameras at Photokina 2014, but they weren't the only story. No fewer than 20 new lenses were announced in Cologne, so here's a guide to these new optics, their uses and the cameras they work with.Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM PancakeMount: CanonPrice: £179/US$149/AU$168This tiny lens weighs just 125g and it's a fraction of ...

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SEP 24, 2014 - Business Insider

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Former GM Product Czar Says Tesla Is 'Grossly Overvalued' (TSLA)

Former General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz announced Wednesday on CNBC that he believes Tesla is "grossly overvalued" right now. The outspoken automotive executive, who made the comment on the network's "Squawk Alley" program, echoed a sentiment expressed by Tesla-founder Elon Musk earlier this month.  Although Musk didn't go quite as far as Lutz — the Tesla CEO simply expressed ...

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SEP 24, 2014 - CNBC

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Tesla is just full of hype: Bob Lutz

The electric car maker is full of hype and grossly overvalued at current levels, says former General Motors Chairman Bob Lutz.

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SEP 23, 2014 - Reuters

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General Motors appoints its first cybersecurity chief

BOSTON/DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co on Tuesday named an engineer to serve as its first cybersecurity chief as the No. 1 U.S. automaker and its rivals come under increasing pressure to better secure their vehicles against hackers.

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