The power, Technokenesis, allows control over electronic systems. However, the way the control is described is very odd: a car, driving itself, would have the steering wheel move.
It has a strange difficulty curve. An ATM is just as difficult to interact with as an electronic lock (difficulty 4) and far easier than a gun with electronic components (8) or cruise missile (10).
This makes very little sense if the difficulty is complexity of system and suggests the difficulty is for some other purpose.
You can impel machines and devices to do your bidding. You must be touching the machine to activate the power. Make a Technokinesis test against a Difficulty determined by the complexity of the machine. Only devices including electronic components are subject to your whims; simple devices like pendulums, levers and pulleys, or even low-tech guns, are beyond your control. Generally, the machines appear to be operating themselves. When you cause a car to drive, for example, its steering wheel and pedals move as if controlled by an invisible entity.
Given that it's possible to control mobile phones (diff 4) and electronic locks, it should be possible to control computers and security systems. What would this control look like, what would generally be possible, and how difficult would it be?