Tesla's Model S Lock Can Be Opened With a Basic Hack

Tesla’s Model S is supposed to be the safest car on the road —at least where the physical realm is concerned. But apparently, the crazy expensive car’s six-character password is vulnerable to some pretty basic hacking techniques, leaving you and your car’s data at the mercy of a tech-savvy stranger.

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Celebrating what makes an outfit complete, some sizzling stars attended the 17th Annual Accessories Council ACE Awards in New York City on Monday (November 4).

Stacy Keibler was smokin’ in a sleeveless white dress that exposed tons of cleavage and her toned torso while Nicky Hilton chose a long-sleeved white dress with blue decoration and silvery heels. Nearby, Olivia Palermo wore a long black fringed dress with strappy heels.

Created in 1997, the ACE Awards annually honor those individuals and groups that have made great strides in raising the awareness of the accessories industry.

This year, Olivia will receive the Distinguished Style award, with Stacy nabbing the Style Ambassador honor at the ceremony.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A prison doctor couldn’t find veins in the arms of a death row inmate during a pre-execution checkup, the inmate said Friday by video in rare court testimony.

Condemned child killer Ronald Phillips said the doctor could find only a vein on his right hand following an examination Oct. 18 at the medical center at Chillicothe Correctional Institution, south of Columbus.

“I guess the Lord hid my veins from them,” Phillips said.

Phillips, 40, testified under questioning by his attorneys that the doctor said he wasn’t part of the state’s lethal-injection process when asked to do the checks. A prison nurse also participated.

Phillips said he had a fear of needles dating from childhood when his parents would sell drugs and let addicts shoot up in their kitchen in a tough Akron neighborhood.

He testified by video hookup from the prison where death row is housed for more than an hour. He’s scheduled to die Nov. 14 for raping and killing his girlfriend’s 3-year-old daughter, Sheila Marie Evans, in 1993.

There are no recent examples of Ohio death row inmates testifying in person or by video in federal court cases.

Phillips testified as part of a lawsuit brought by his attorneys to delay his execution while they gather evidence against the state’s new execution policy, which includes a never-tried, two-drug injection process.

The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction announced the new policy last month and said Monday it would use that process, which uses the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone.

Phillips’ attorneys say the department’s announcements came too close to the execution date to allow a meaningful challenge. The state says nothing is substantially different about the new system.

The hearing Friday began by focusing on the state’s decision to allow the prisons director or death house warden to delegate responsibility for changes in the execution process. That could include any deviation from the policy, down to paperwork documenting a particular step.

Ohio has walked away from that promise with the new policies, Phillips’ attorney Allen Bohnert told the judge.

“Close enough for government work is not acceptable in applying this death penalty protocol,” Bohnert said.

An attorney for Ohio said the state is committed to carrying out the execution in a humane, dignified and constitutional manner and understands that commitment.

“The state will do what the state says it will do,” said Christopher Conomy, an assistant Ohio attorney general.

Judge Gregory Frost was not expected to rule Friday.

Phillips’ attorneys also are challenging the state’s new policy for the lethal drugs it will use.

The state’s first choice is a specialty dose of the powerful sedative pentobarbital mixed by a compounding pharmacy. If that can’t be obtained, as in the case of Phillips’ execution, the state will use the two-drug method to put Phillips to death.

Phillips’ lawyers argue the two drugs could cause severe side effects, including painful vomiting.

Those drugs, already part of Ohio’s never-used backup method, have been repeatedly challenged, to no avail, the state said in a court filing Friday morning.

The drugs Ohio is proposing to use on Phillips will cause him to stop breathing within a few minutes, an anesthesiologist said in a statement Thursday as part of a filing by the state in support of the new method.

Irreversible brain and heart damage will follow, and the inmate will die a few minutes later, said Dr. Mark Dershwitz, a University of Massachusetts anesthesiologist.

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Starting her Saturday (November 2) off with some sports, Britney Spears was on the sidelines for her son Jayden’s soccer game in Woodland Hills, CA.

The “Work B**ch” songstress went sans make up in comfy black sweats and a Victoria’s Secret Pink hoodie as she cheered from the sidelines.

Recently, the pop-singer opened up about her new song “Perfume” from her upcoming album Britney Jean.

Brit explained, “‘Perfume’ is incredibly special to me because it hits close to home, and I think the story is relatable to everyone. Everyone’s been through an insecure moment in a relationship that’s left them vulnerable and I think this song captures that.”

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Critics are mixed over the sci-fi thriller based on Orson Scott Card’s 1985 novel.

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NEW YORK (AP) — It’s not coincidental that the stars of “Scandal” live tweet during episodes. They’re encouraged to do so.

When several of the show’s actors recently visited New York to promote the premiere of season three, ABC made sure to book Kerry Washington on a return flight to Los Angeles that offered Wi-Fi. Other cast members had their trips extended so they could be available on the social networking site.

Joshua Malina, who plays U.S. attorney David Rosen, relishes having a presence on Twitter. He describes his tweets as “self-promotion and dumb jokes.”

A few examples:

—”Okay, how do we make the old chargers obsolete?” — first thing spoken at every Apple meeting about a new product.”

—”Please watch Kerry Washington tonight on Kimmel as she continues her courageous battle against underexposure!”

—”If Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian can’t make it, then … nothing I can think of.”

Malina may love Twitter but he wasn’t an early fan.

“My sister was an early adopter. She lives in a remote area and what I could tell used Twitter to let my parents know that she was still alive. … I thought, ‘This thing is not gonna catch on.'”

Now he admits to sometimes crafting tweets and saving them for later.

“Occasionally I’ll be driving around trying to formulate,” he said. “The beauty of it is the enforced brevity forces you to craft your tweets, if you’re attempting to be funny to really sort of pare it down so it’s just right. I will work something over and over. Other times I’ll read what’s going on and instantly react.”

Malina has no problem sparring with people who tweet him.

“Certainly these strangers who interact with me aren’t holding back. People will tweet, ‘You’re ugly,'” he laughed. “I also have very, very thick skin … so I don’t mind reading the bad stuff.”

He even prefers the negative over the positive.

“The good stuff is in a way less entertaining to read. I mean it’s nice but you know … people who want to really go after you I enjoy interacting with. I don’t think I’ve ever actually been offended by anything anyone has written and I sort of hope people take it in the same spirit.”

Malina doesn’t hold back with celebs.

“Any celebrity that goes on Twitter and spouts off as if we should care what they say is opening himself or herself up to ridicule by anyone else.”

“Scandal” airs Thursdays on ABC at 10 p.m. Eastern.

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Alicia Rancilio covers entertainment for The Associated Press. Follow her online at http://www.twitter.com/aliciar

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The news that Netflix will offer its wares on Denmark’s Waoo! network might not sound like a big deal, but bear with us. It’s the third such European deal after Virgin Media in the UK and Sweden’s Con Hem, and it raises the possibility that Netflix could be going after one cable operator in every …

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