Well, our cyberpunk dystopian future is upon us because Chrysler just recalled 1.4 million cars because of their vulnerability to hackers.
Chrysler's UConnect is one of the best systems from a domestic automaker. It's not pretty, but it gets the job done with quick responses and a simple UI. Now it's finally get a few features to bring it up to par with the competition.
Chrysler's mobile internet system, UConnect, has finally gotten official pricing, and unless you're the crackberry type with a serious addiction, the $499 initial fee and $29 monthly fee probably sounds pretty steep. The system was developed by Autonet, a company which installs something similar — and portable — in…