Connected car features especially Wi-Fi hotspots are growing in importance for consumers according to a new study by AT&T Drive Studio and Ericsson. Consumers are aware of connected services: 67% are aware of streaming music.
AT&T and Jaguar Land Rover North America are offering high-speed Internet for Jaguar Land Rover vehicles in North America through a new multi-year agreement. AT&T connectivity will power “infotainment” such as Wi-Fi hotspots, connected navigation
At CTIA in Las Vegas, AT&T and Permobil are showing concept solution that wirelessly connects wheelchairs to increase user independence and freedom. The connected wheelchair concept uses AT&T’s Internet of Things (IoT) technology so that
At CTIA Super Mobility in Las Vegas, AT&T and ZTE announced a portable mobile Wi-Fi hotsptot especially designed for vehicle use — the ZTE Mobley. The ZTE Mobley plugs into a vehicle’s OBD II (on-board
2015 is AT&T’s fifth anniversary of the “It Can Wait campaign”. For years, AT&T has been focused on curbing texting while driving, but a recent survey found that 7-in-10 people engage in smartphone activities while
For those who want to experience the sweetness of Android Auto, the update to Android Lollipop is needed but even with the update not all Android smartphone models will work with the few aftermarket Android
AT&T at the Innovation Showcase in New York is showing new connected car technology as well as promoting AT&T developer services and APIs. In Palo Alto, AT&T is hosting a hackathon to promote new apps.
AT&T announced two new ways it is providing connected car services for automakers and AT&T customers. AT&T 4G LTE wireless connectivity will provide connections for Autonet services for automakers. AT&T will also update its Car
AT&T and Airbiquity have announced a multi-year partnership for AT&T to employ Airbiquity’s Choreo platform to enable connected car program end-user registration and SIM management. The relationship will be deployed at first an aftermarket customer
Subaru announced partnerships with Sirius XM and AT&T for its Subaru STARLINK in-vehicle infotainment connectivity and services including 4G LTE connectivity. STARLINK is the Subaru in-vehicle platform with hands-free connectivity, entertainment and safety services. STARLINK for
AT&T released its first figures for its new connected car unit. In a filing for the Security Exchange Commission, AT&T reported that two million cars in the United States are using AT&T services either through
AT CTIA Super Mobility Week, AT&T and Ericsson announced key points from its connected car research proving that people want AT&T connections in their cars. The report alsos a very high awareness of connected car