QNX Previews Tesla-Sized Touch Screen in a Bentley: 2013 CES

QNX Previews Tesla-Sized Touch Screen in a Bentley: 2013 CES
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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...

New Infotainment System Aims to Enhance Functionality, Curb Distracted Driving

New Infotainment System Aims to Enhance Functionality, Curb Distracted Driving
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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...

Next-Gen Infotainment System Previewed by QNX

Next-Gen Infotainment System Previewed by QNX
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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...

Automakers Betting on Linux for Future Infotainment Systems

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Automakers Betting on Linux for Future Infotainment Systems
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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...

Apple Opposes DUI Checkpoint Apps

Apple Opposes DUI Checkpoint Apps
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Apple has officially rejected any inclusion of DUI checkpoints in its iOS apps. In this week’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple updated its app store to prohibit applications informing users of DUI checkpoints. This recent update was a result of a group of U.S Senators sending numerous letters of concern to Apple, Google, and RIM, asking… Continue Reading...

Read Emails In-Car with BMW, BlackBerry, and Bluetooth [video]

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A few years ago, I was opining that in-car technology was pitiful and useless — mostly because I had no way to connect my iPod to a car stereo — before the days of AUX-in and USB connections BMW and BlackBerry seem to have waded into the next generation of in-car apps with their latest… Continue Reading...