Toyota is helping turn Ann Arbor into the world’s largest deployment of connected vehicles and infrastructure. Continue Reading...
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The world’s first controlled environment specifically for testing driverless and connected cars has opened. Continue Reading...
It might sound like a crazy idea, but the big German luxury automakers may be teaming up to buy some serious tech from Nokia. Continue Reading...
From Bluetooth connectivity to third-party apps, voice control to navigation technology, modern infotainment systems are loaded with features. Continue Reading...
Many of our cars are vulnerable to hackers according to a new report. Continue Reading...
For millennia man has tried to see into the future. Continue Reading...
Verizon Wireless will soon offer drivers with older vehicles the option to retrofit their car with modern connectivity. Continue Reading...
Many of the world’s largest automakers have agreed to adopt new privacy principles when it comes to data sharing. Continue Reading...
GM has been offering OnStar’s emergency services to new car owners for almost 20 years, but now the company has a new app that can give you information about your car and allow you to control it remotely. Continue Reading...
If you’re buying a new Honda, like the 2015 Fit or Civic, you may consider saving yourself some money and skipping the factory navigation system. Instead you can choose to use Honda’s smartphone-enabled system called HondaLink. But is it better than the factory navigation setup? Continue Reading...
The University of Michigan is getting ready to invest heavily into connected car technology in the U.S. Continue Reading...
It won’t be long before cars can communicate with each other, relaying real-time safety information to reduce accidents and save lives. Continue Reading...
The U.S. Department of Transportation is keeping a close eye on driver privacy as more automakers begin developing wireless connectivity in vehicles. Continue Reading...
Outgoing NHTSA administrator David Strickland is expected to announce the agency’s plans for vehicle-to-vehicle communications and automatic braking soon. Continue Reading...
A testing program that began a year ago in Ann Arbor, Mich. will continue six months beyond its originally planned lifespan. Continue Reading...
In recent years, automakers have been testing car-to-car communication technologies in hopes of building a future with vehicles that communicate with one another. Continue Reading...
A new study suggests that by 2020, the idea of having an Internet connection associated with your car will be commonplace. Continue Reading...
Every year in Spain, the biggest members of the telecommunications industry get together to show off the latest in technology. This year, Ford Motor Company executive chairman, Bill Ford spoke about his vision of mobile technology and how it fits in with Ford’s plans. Ford mainly discussed an infrastructure of connected cars to help reduce traffic and… Continue Reading...