Blackberry’s real-time operating system QNX is being used in many cars on the road today, but future vehicles will be packing new software designed to keep the vital operations of the car safe and secure. Continue Reading...
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Does the self-driving car have a realistic due date? Many automakers and industry analysts are pegging autonomous cars to hit the mass market within a decade, but their predictions are often inconsistent with each other. Continue Reading...
Coverage from the Consumer Electronics Show and Tokyo Auto Salon filled this past week’s automotive news stories. Continue Reading...
This is the first year for AutoGuide.com covering the Consumer Electronics Show. This year, as expected, automobiles had a huge presence at the show. Continue Reading...
Ford introduced two new apps at CES that work with its new Sync 3 infotainment system. Continue Reading...
The Maserati Quattroporte you are looking at is loaded with high-performance gear and none of it has to do with the powertrain. Continue Reading...
Digital gauge clusters are more than just a replacement for the analogue dials we’re used to. Continue Reading...
The folks from QNX demonstrated the power of their software platform at 2014’s Telematics Update Detroit. The Canada-based computer company showed off a reference platform with super-fast booting capabilities. Continue Reading...
Pickups, minivans and automotive tech – that’s what captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts this week. AutoGuide.com‘s review of the 2014 Ford F-150 Tremor was our most watched video this week but not far behind in views was our look into the future of automotive infotainment at QNX. And though the market is slowly fading, our… Continue Reading...
Welcome to Tech Tuesday, our new series that explains and exposes the high tech features in today’s new cars. For our inaugural post, we’re not just looking at what technology is in cars today; instead we’re looking ahead to the future of in-car infotainment systems. Try almost any modern infotainment system. Most feel like they’re… Continue Reading...
Few car components have been vilified more than the MyFord Touch infotainment system, but word is floating about that the Blue-Oval may be switching its gameplan, ditching its Microsoft based platform for one powered by BlackBerry’s QNX. If you’ve heard anything about Blackberry over the past few years, chances are it wasn’t good news…. Continue Reading...
Ford will reportedly drop Microsoft for its next-generation Sync infotainment software, instead turning to Blackberry’s QNX platform. Continue Reading...
Anyone who argues that automobiles are lagging behind when it comes to technology will be blown away by these two cars from QNX, which are on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Continue Reading...
The name of the game at CES is cool new technology, so naturally computer software maker QNX is showing off its latest, oversized, infotainment system in. Not just in any car either, but a Bentley Continental GT Convertible. Continue Reading...
Automakers may talk a big game about preventing distracted driving and improving safety, but at the same time they continue to provide distracting infotainment systems. Continue Reading...
A new platform for in-car entertainment is ready to hit the market, based on the latest software from Research in Motion (RIM) subsidiary, QNX. Continue Reading...
In order to attract buyers, car manufacturers have had to ramp up the amount of technology offered in their cars. Infotainment systems do a lot, like help navigate, set cabin temperature, adjust audio settings and more, but they tend to be a neat party trick, falling short in real-world use. Continue Reading...