Improved gesture controls are on the horizon. Continue Reading...
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New tech aims to improve safety by keeping tabs on whoever’s behind the wheel. Continue Reading...
IBM’s Watson might best be known for its appearance on Jeopardy, but it could lend a helping hand in making cars safer. Continue Reading...
Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology. Continue Reading...
Adaptive cruise control is common on many high-end cars, but did you know that a massive monthly payment isn’t necessary to access the technology? Cars with adaptive cruise control will slow down and speed up according to the vehicle ahead, making highway commuting much easier. Some systems will even stop the car completely and then… Continue Reading...
Subaru’s 2015 Legacy mid-size sedan will start at $22,490 including delivery when it begins to arrive at dealers this summer. Continue Reading...
Subaru has revealed its next-generation EyeSight driver assistance system which now features color stereo cameras that deliver approximately 40 percent longer and wider detection range. Continue Reading...
Subaru‘s EyeSight system is entering its second generation with additional functionality and driver-assistance technologies. Continue Reading...
Subaru announced its new, low-cost suite of safety systems called “EyeSight” today that the company says will be one of the most affordable instances of this technology on the U.S. market. By using two charge-coupled device (CCD) cameras mounted inside the car on the upper edge of the windshield, the company is able to offer a… Continue Reading...
Looks like cars of the future will have cameras everywhere. Subaru has just announced EyeSight, a camera-based driver assist option not unlike Volvo City Safety. It works in conjunction with Subaru’s new “pre-collision braking control” system — if the cameras detect an object or person in danger of being mowed down, an alarm will sound… Continue Reading...