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Samsung Galaxy S11, S11 Plus, and S11e: Everything we know so far

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Qualcomm hopes Alexa and cockpit platform boost car smarts

Qualcomm to use Amazon's Alexa and computer vision to improve car smarts, safety, and functionality.
Eric ZemanJanuary 7, 2019442 shares
 

Your car is on Facebook, you’ll talk to it soon

From Charged.io - A new Facebook chatbot means you can talk to your car and give it instructions. Soon, this could develop into a natural conversation.
Team AAMay 24, 2017185 shares
 

Qualcomm ups the ante for connected cars with its new reference platform

Qualcomm has announced its new Connected Car Reference Platform which is designed to make it easier for automakers to move to advanced connectivity in cars.
Gary SimsJune 9, 2016242 shares
 

How to use Android to save on auto repair – Android customization

When your phone is more than a phone, this Android customization uses a Bluetooth OBDII adapter to help you with auto repair, or just build a custom dashboard for your car.
Jonathan FeistFebruary 4, 2016349 shares
 

Ford’s premieres Sync Connect, an app that lets you remotely start your car

Ford has unveiled a new app called Sync Connect that will allow users to pair their smartphones to their vehicles. Using your phone, you can unlock the doors or start the engine, but it ...
John DyeNovember 17, 2015595 shares
 

Android Marshmallow could be making its way to a car infotainment OS

The new Android Compatibility Definition Document references an infotainment version of Android that would run directly on a vehicle’s processing hardware.
Christopher LoranOctober 23, 20151068 shares
 

Ford realizes that the way forward involves technology

Ford CEO Mark Fields' keynote at CES 2015 highlighted how highly Ford takes the future of technology in their automobiles.
William Neilson JrJanuary 9, 2015541 shares
 

Wireless companies protest net neutrality rules by… having a car show?

AT&T wants customers to contribute towards their data allotment so they can collect as much as $15 per gigabyte overages.
William Neilson JrNovember 1, 2014409 shares
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