In connected car news this week werer OmniVision, Netradyne, Chevy, Cambridge Mobile Telematics, Toyota, Jabil, eyeSight, Autoliv, Seeing Machines, Delphi, Innoviz and Black Duck. OminVision Partners with Netradyne for Driveri OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading
On Monday, North America will experience a total solar eclipse across the entire contiguous United States for the first time since 1918. Unfortunately, only four percent of Americans live in the “Path of Totality.” In
The new premium 2018 Honda Accord will launch soon. Besides new styling, the 2018 Honda Accord will have 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspots and over-the-air updates (OTA), LED lighting, a full suite of advanced safety features,
The new line of Genesis vehicles offer high-tech features including a new AR user guide and Google Assistant interactions. The Genesis Augmented Reality Manual (Genesis Virtual Guide) is now available for the 2017 Genesis G80
Hyundai Mobis announced on August 17th that it became the first in Korea to develop the Bi-directional On Board Charger (OBC) for electric vehicles, which is key to the implementation of V2G (Vehicle To Grid).
Less than a week after its global debut, the next-generation Nissan LEAF begins making public appearances at National Drive Electric Week events across the U.S. Consumers in eight cities will get an up-close look at