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After leaving Apple to join Tesla, Doug Field returns to Apple. He will be working on Project Titan, which is Apple's electric car project.
With the amount of cobalt Apple reportedly wants, this could be a sign that the Apple Car project still under wraps is gaining steam.
Anker usually is of the mobile accessories ilk, but this heads-up display for your heads-up display-less car might be worth looking at.
Smart car dongles that can help you make sure your car is in a state of good repair have been hot items recently. Especially cell-connected ones.
Can the Dash app train you to be a better driver? Will it help you save money on fuel and vehicle maintenance? Here's our one year road test!
HERE Maps has a lot of data it's going to be collecting. And someone has to store that data. Will it be Microsoft? Will it be Amazon? Or both?
AT&T will have first dibs on a dongle from Samsung that can tap into what your car's feeling and beam it through LTE.
At Pocketnow, we encourage responsible driving habits despite our overwhelming passion for mobile technology. Indeed, Motorola has found ways to help out those who are at the wheel stay connected and on the right path. But other owners of phones without even a “Car Mode” or those who just don’t bother, they do put themselves at risk with their eyes on their palms and not on the road.
But can we really pinpoint a recent spike in traffic-related deaths in the United States to smartphones? The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration thinks so, [...]
Driverless cars are here and you could be buying them soon. How soon that will be, we don’t know. So until then, enjoy the ride while you still can. And while you’re on the road with a foot to the pedal, keep your hands on the wheel and not your phone. It always helps to get a smartwatch, though.
Google has applied for a patent (US009037125) that the Patent and Trademark Office just published that signals a heavy reliance on a so-called “wearable computing device” that can tell if you’re in a moving vehicle and, if so, if your wrist and arm [...]
We're all carrying phones with us, and many of us drive cars. The two need to come together. This is what we and an Android in-car experience to be like.
Read about Google's self-driving cars and what technology we have today that's getting us closer to a highway filled with computers in the driver's seat.