Hyundai plans $5 billion investment in U.S. on mobility technology

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Hyundai Motor said on Sunday it plans to invest $5 billion in the U.S. by 2025 to further develop mobility technologies in areas like autonomous driving, robotics, and A.I.

The investment comes alongside the automaker’s recent announcement of a plan to spend $5.54 billion to build its first dedicated electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facilities in the U.S., located outside of Savannah, Georgia. That facility is expected to open during the first half of 2025 and is projected to have an annual production capacity of 300,000 vehicles.

Some $10 billion of

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What Is IPTV and Is It the Future of TV?

Thinking about IPTV? Here’s some excellent information on what it is and how to get started!

Regular TV is something we all know, and it has become again a very popular means of entertaining, especially during Corona times. However, there are already so many other services that can compete with it. For example, streaming now takes a big portion of the pie especially on your phone and different, more modern ways to do TV like IPTV. In this article, we will talk in detail about IPTV and whether it is here to take regular TV’s place. Keep reading to

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2022 Louis Schwitzer Award Celebrates Engineers Behind NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ EM Marshalling System Innovation

  • 56th annual award presented to engineers Luca De Angelis, Luca Pierrettori, Taylor Prohaska and Simone Pusca

  • Award sponsored by BorgWarner and presented by the Indiana Section of the Society of Automotive Engineers International

  • Technology provides two-way over-the-air communication to each car, team, race control and track flag system

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., May 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the 56th annual Louis Schwitzer Award was presented to EM Motorsport engineers Luca De Angelis, Luca Pierrettori and Simone Pusca, as well as NTT INDYCAR® SERIES engineer Taylor Prohaska for their creative thinking and engineering innovation in

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Hackers Tell the Story of the Twitter Attack From the Inside

OAKLAND, Calif. — A Twitter hacking scheme that targeted political, corporate and cultural elites this week began with a teasing message between two hackers late Tuesday on the online messaging platform Discord.

“yoo bro,” wrote a user named “Kirk,” according to a screenshot of the conversation shared with The New York Times. “i work at twitter / don’t show this to anyone / seriously.”

He then demonstrated that he could take control of valuable Twitter accounts — the sort of thing that would require insider access to the company’s computer network.

The hacker who received the message, using the screen

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