It’s a problem familiar to anyone who’s spent a decent amount of time playing with a Raspberry Pi – over time, the flash in the SD card reaches its write cycle limits, and causes a cavalcade of confusing errors before …read more
Tesla has weirdly used a quarterly earnings call to drop blockbuster announcements about its extraordinary Model S, including some bizarre interior upgrades and a monster Plaid+ version that’s the fastest accelerating production car ever.
Hackers are still making hay hijacking the accounts of verified celebrity users to promote cryptocurrency scams. Continue reading Cryptocurrency scammers hijack verified accounts once again, jumping on Elon Musk’s Twitter threads
Tesla Coils are a favourite here at Hackaday – just try searching through the archives, and see the number of results you get for all types of cool projects. [mircemk] adds to this list with his Extremely simple Tesla Coil with only 3 Components. But Be Warned — most Tesla …read more
Thanks very much for reading Extra Crunch this week. I hope we can all look forward to a nice, boring weekend with no breaking news alerts. Continue reading Extra Crunch roundup: 2 VC surveys, Tesla’s melt up, The Roblox Gambit, more
After more than 1500 miles, a few observations about owning an electric car and considerations before buying your own.
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By Deeba Ahmed
The hack occurred when researchers identified significant security flaws in the key fob of Tesla’s top-of-the-line SUV, Tesla Model X.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Researchers found another way to hack Tesla M… Continue reading Researchers found another way to hack Tesla Model X Key Fob
Belgian researchers demonstrate third attack on the car manufacturer’s keyless entry system, this time to break into a Model X within minutes. Continue reading Tesla Hacked and Stolen Again Using Key Fob
What is it about coil winding automation projects that’s just so captivating? Maybe it’s knowing what a labor saver they can be once you’ve got a few manually wound coils under your belt. Or perhaps it’s just the generally satisfying nature of any machine that does an exacting task smoothly …read more
Now that we drive around cars that are more like mobile data centers than simple transportation, there’s a wealth of data to be harvested when the inevitable crashes occur. After a recent Tesla crash on a California highway, a security researcher got a hold of the car’s “black box” and …read more