This week there was connected car news bytes that were too short-to-report each in full article form from AT&T, Airbiquity, Movimento, Mercedes-Benz, Delphi, TomTom, Avnet/Wind River and Bosch. AT&T Added 1 Million Connected Cars in
Chevrolet is upping its technology game. Already Chevrolet owns the top searches on Google. To keep Chevy customers satisfied the company has combined the OnStar and RemoteLink apps for a seamless customer experience. Google released
The Connected Car Expo (CCE) has added members to its advisory board for 2016. Damon Lavrinc of Automatic Labs, Justin Fishkin of Local Motors, Derek Kan of Lyft and Linda Campbell of QNX Software Systems
AUTO Connected Car News has tallied various social media sources, comments and our own database of most read articles to present the nominees for the 2015 Tech CARS Awards. “This has been a groundbreaking year
Subaru announced that buyers of 2016 Subaru models equipped with navigation will receive a free 3-year subscription to SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link as well as three years of free navigation software updates from
We are starting to see more start-ups entering the Head-Up/Augmented Reality and OBD-II device aftermarket. Last week, we learned about Carloudy an OBD-II device and small chargeable box placed on the dash for HUD capabilities.
Thee U.S. Department of Transportation proposes high-tech changes to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 5-Star Safety Ratings for new vehicles. The update rates ADAS features for crash avoidance, pedestrian safety, an front angel crash
Consumer Reports published their list of the most regrettable cars from customer surveys and now Swapalease reports what car failed features make people swap out or return their new leased cars. Many popular and expensive
At the LA Auto Show, the fastest connection to Bluetooth with an in-car system was achieved in For SYNC. Analysts at Strategy Analytics took a look at the Ford SYNC3 in-vehicle infotainment system and found
As the holidays approach so does the drinking while driving season. Many states require convicted offenders of driving while intoxicated to install interlock technology to monitor alcohol levels and prevent cars from starting when the
Black Friday is expected to put many car dealers in the black with lots of sales and discounts. Sales should be 8.3% more than October of this year and a 2.5% increase over November of
Those trips to Grandma’s house can be stressful over the holidays. You also want to make sure that the little tykes and cars are safe for your trips. Toyota offers safety tips for buckling up.