Ford launched its Innovate Mobility Challenge last week, offering developers a chance to solve a localized transportation-related problem and win some cash.
This infographic shows what several industry pundit-types think will be our autonomous vehicle future. I’ll be the one resisting the tide.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has set a formal timetable for adoption of technology that could make autonomous vehicles a real thing on the highways of the globe.
Smartphone-based ride-share service Uber doesn’t consider itself a taxi service, but most taxi services would probably echo the words of one Chattanooga taxi driver: “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…”
Leave it to the brand you buy when you want to one-up your neighbors’ new Cadillac to itself one-up recent autonomous cars with an autonomous semi truck.
Hyundai typically is not the first automaker to pop up in autonomous vehicle discussion, but this video may change that.
As the Android and Google developer conference came to a close, the number of soldiers in the OAA Army increased. The latest recruit: Harman.
Ford and Intel are exploring ways interior cameras might be used in future vehicles. Here’s what they say the car interior of the future might look like:
Good for Audi for hedging its bet. We thought for sure with its alliance with OAA it would have stuck with the Android program. But alas, it is allowing its expensive-frame glasses wearing customers to choose and not shun iOS. I do like manufacturers who allow you to practice dashboard democracy. Apple CarPlay will be offered more »
Now that Apple has come through with CarPlay and we have seen the first salvo of aftermarket manufacturers hooking up with the Cupertino folks, the aftermarket is also making its foray into Android territory. Clarion announced today that the company has become a member of the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA). The OAA is a global more »
New Ford SYNC 911 Assist features on the Ford Mustang will enable it to relay vital information to 911 dispatchers after making a call if you crash.
Pioneer AppRadioLIVE app brings car-focused smartphone app connectivity to aftermarket head units.