Here are automotive connected car news stories this week that are too short to report but are interesting nonetheless. Companies covered include Uber, Daimler, BMW, Fiat, Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota and more. Uber bought Bing
Magellan is offering three new systems for automakers Smartphone Box, Magellan Off-Road-Vehicle and CalAmp Android-based mobile data terminal (MDT-7) with Magellan’s professional-grade fleet navigation software. Smartphone Box Easy Upgrades & Connections Magellan’s Smartphone Box brings
There is a new text book about music and how it affects driving, Driving With Music: Cognitive-behavioural Implications (Human Factors in Road and Rail Transport)from Ashgate Publishing Company shows that the wrong music could be
Connected cars make peoples lives easier connecting them to their home, life and entertainment. However, although there is a decline in the numbers of cars stolen, connected car thieves can create greater problems for owners.
Before we celebrate the birth of our country, Merritt’s Way, is asking people to “text less,” and “live more,” today, June 3.The organization, Merritt’s Way is dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers of distracted
Volvo Cars’ is showing a new way young children may travel safely in cars in the future with concept child seat. The new child seat design fits in the XC90 Excellence Lounge Console Concept that
Chevy is launching a new feature for smartphone owners who want to maintain their cool– Active Phone Cooling. The feature will be available in Chevy vehicles, including the 2016 Impala and Malibu with wireless charging.
There is finally program to help low-income families with old polluting cars to replace their car with a cleaner running electric vehicle through a ground-breaking program from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).
Mapping service HERE, will work with Finnish traffic agencies to lead a pilot project where vehicles communicate safety hazards to others on the road, starting in 2016 Safety hazards such as black ice or an