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After a good decade and a half in-vehicle infotainment is still something of a mess. Practically every automaker has taken its own approach to implementing advanced connectivity technology. And just like freshly fallen snowflakes no two solutions are alike.
The future of the automobile looks very different from what we know today, and one survey predicts that even the steering wheel will be gone by 2035.
Google has revealed its new in-car operating system called Android Auto, looking to take on Apple’s CarPlay system.
Google is already hard at work developing driverless cars, but its reach into the automotive world is getting deeper.
Google’s prototype of a self-driving car might not look serious, but a major automaker believes they can become competitive in the automotive marketplace.
Google will enlist Roush Enterprises to assemble its new self-driving car prototype in Southeast Michigan.
For the last five years Google has been hard at work developing self-driving cars. The technology company has made enormous strides over the last half a decade but there’s still a lot more to do.
You can now go off the grid while staying on the road with Google Maps.
Whether you like it or not, self-driving cars are coming.
Google has quietly shuttered its car shopping service, saying that it is focused on building the next version of its “experience for car-related searches.”
Self-driving cars have been proclaimed as the solution to car accidents, removing the human risk factor from the equation, but those working on the technology say it won’t be perfect. Continue Reading…
Placing confidence in a self-driving car will be a big step for any driver, but a new study from KPMG LLP shows that consumers trust big tech companies more than automakers to get the job done.
A new patent application by Google reveals that the company is working on motion-based in-car controls.
As more and more automakers develop autonomous driving technology, experts believe that the industry needs a single standard sooner rather than later.
Deborah Hersman, Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, wants Google’s autonomous vehicles to be equipped with mandatory data recorders.
According to recent reports, Continental AG is in the final stages of an agreement with Google and IBM to develop a self-driving system for vehicles.
Tech giant Google, which has been investing heavily into self-driving vehicles, could potentially seek opportunities in the electric vehicle market in the future.