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Geek Reading April 22, 2016

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Geek Reading April 22, 2016

News from the software field, including the barriers to the Tesla X's adoption, the evolving content strategy of a 90s favorite, and an intriguing new security audit tool.

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Reporting from The Next Web leads our day. The Tesla Model X is having some software problems and locking some owners out of their cars. This is probably one of the biggest concerns about software-pervasive cars, bugs. A "highlight" of our childhood is getting modern—as reported by TechCrunch. Highlights magazine reinvents itself as a subscription service complete with videos, activities and more. Amazon made yet another announcement, Amazon Inspector is now generally available. Again, this is a very interesting tool and it could provide some good security help for people.

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