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Microsoft has announced that it has signed a licensing agreement with BMW that will allow the German company to use Microsoft's exFAT technology in current and future products.
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There's several security flaws in recent BMW cars that allow a thief to get in, clone a key, and drive off in the vehicle in a mere three minutes. BMW has yet to admit there's a problem.
Manufactured and marketed by Thermaltake, the Level 10 was actually designed by BMW Group DesignworksUSA, a subsidiary of the BMW Group. In addition to engineering yachts, trains, aircraft, lifestyle and IT products, the three studios...
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BMW Manufacturing Corp. is discussing a partnership in an automotive research park with computer industry giant Microsoft Corp. "There's definitely an interest there," Jim Bak, a spokesman for the company's Automotive Business Unit,...