AMNews: Smart Cars May Get Hacked, Everything Everywhere Mobile TV, Google Offers in Five More US Cities

As in-car computer systems become more advanced, hackers may soon start hacking cars, security solutions provider McAfee warns. According to the report "Caution:Malware Ahead" released by the company, hackers may soon be able to exploit emerging vulnerabilities in in-car security systems.

UK mobile phone services provider Everything Everywhere has launched a new mobile TV platform for Orange and T-Mobile customers. The company developed the platform with the help of Red Bee Media which will run the service on its RedPlayer.

Google continues its assault on Groupon and LivingSocial by expanding its Google Offers daily deals service to five more US cities. The company said that it will now offer local deals from businesses in Austin, Boston, Denver, Seattle and Washington.

The National Outsourcing Association (NOA) has issued a warning stating that if Fujitsu workers go ahead with their proposed strike over the on-going pay dispute, businesses and public sector organisations should take shelter in outsourcing crucial operations to avoid any disrupt in their normal functioning.

Hitachi GST, which has been acquired by Western Digital earlier this year, has announced the availability of an external 4TB hard disk drive which, unlike the Seagate Goflex model unveiled earlier this week, is aimed squarely at professionals. Launched at the IBC 2011 event in Amsterdam, the G-Drive is has four 1TB platters with a 625Gb per square inch density and spinning at 7200rpm.