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“Connected” cars are already here


We’re well over 7.2 billion people on Earth today and the auto industry represents one of the most important aspects in our every day life – judging by the fact there are also well over one billion vehicles on our roads. And because we live that every day life at an increasingly technological level (can you imagine a few hours – ...
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Germany: driverless project to start on the Autobahn
Drivers might soon become optional if a project that is set to commence on the famous limitless German Autobahn becomes successful. According to a spokesperson for the Transportation Ministry, the German ...
Suppliers already pitch the systems of tomorrow to the automakers
With increasingly technological cars on the horizon, the automotive industry world has started to pick up pace much in the way the mobile segment – think smartphones and tablets – ...
US: ChargePoint unites BMW and Volkswagen in quest of electric recharging network
German rival automakers BMW – the world’s largest premium brand and Volkswagen – Europe’s best selling passenger car marquee, have united their forces with ChargePoint in the US to implement ...
Jaguar Land Rover adds Bike Sense to its cars
In the U.K, nearly 19,000 cyclists are annually involved in car accidents. And it’s a fact that bicycle deaths have been on the increase over the past years. This is why ...
PSA is looking for a partner for its hybrid air fuel-saving project
PSA/Peugeot Citroen will continue developing its Hybrid Air technology to reduce fuel use in spite of different French reports in the press claiming that the project will almost definitely not ...
Porsche plans pure electric sportscar
Porsche, the Stuttgart-based sports carmaker plans to build a full electric car, Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport magazine reported on Thursday. According to the same source, Porsche, which is well known ...
If you believe in autonomous cars, now might be a good time to invest in companies that will make them possible
In America, which together with Europe seems to be the perfect lab for the revolution of self-driving vehicle technology, so far only four states have regulated the access of driverless ...
US: Ford to inaugurate new research and development center in Silicon Valley
Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields seems ready to boast the company’s high-tech prowess, with the blue oval getting ready to open later today a Silicon Valley R&D center that could ...
Google’s autonomous car underpinned in Detroit
The technology giant Google Inc. has placed the fate of its first self-driving vehicle in the hands of Roush Industries Inc. and several other Detroit suppliers for a definite Made ...



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“Connected” cars are already here
We’re well over 7.2 billion people on Earth today and the auto industry represents one of the most important aspects ...