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Google, Apple poised to lead electric car field, Morgan Stanley says

Filed under: Emerging Technologies, Infotainment, Smartphone, Technology An analyst says Asian electronics suppliers expect big growth in camera, sensors, and displays in vehicles. That could put Apple and Google in the lead. Continue reading Google, Apple poised to lead electric car field, Morgan Stanley says Google, Apple poised to lead electric car field, Morgan Stanley […]

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Destinations program could lure part-time Uber drivers

Filed under: Green, Transportation Alternatives, Driving, Smartphone, Technology Uber’s destinations pilot program in San Francisco could lure part-time drivers to the company by making it easier to pickup a fare while already commuting. Continue reading Destinations program could lure part-time Uber drivers Destinations program could lure part-time Uber drivers originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, […]

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How would you end distracted driving?

Filed under: Gadgets, Infotainment, Smartphone, Open Road Driving while one’s attention is drawn elsewhere isn’t a dilemma exclusive to modern motoring, but the issue is undoubtedly more problematic than ever before. If legislators, car companies, and smartphone designers can’t come up with a viable solution, what’s the real fix? Continue reading How would you end […]

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Hyundai Virtual Guide is an owner’s manual for your phone

Filed under: Ownership, Videos, Hyundai, Smartphone, Technology Hyundai introduces its Virtual Guide, and augmented reality app that puts the most common owner’s manual searches on your phone or tablet. Continue reading Hyundai Virtual Guide is an owner’s manual for your phone Hyundai Virtual Guide is an owner’s manual for your phone originally appeared on Autoblog […]

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TomTom to supply Uber with digital maps

Filed under: Earnings/Financials, Green, Smartphone, Technology Uber and TomTom now have a multi-year contract for the navigation company to supply map and traffic data to the ride sharing giant. Continue reading TomTom to supply Uber with digital maps TomTom to supply Uber with digital maps originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 13 Nov 2015 13:30:00 […]

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Nissan Teatro For Dayz Concept swaps steering wheel for tablet [w/video]

Filed under: Green, Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan, Emerging Technologies, Infotainment, Minivan/Van, Electric Nissan introduces the Teatro For Dayz Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show, which is packed with ways to distract the driver. Continue reading Nissan Teatro For Dayz Concept swaps steering wheel for tablet [w/video] Nissan Teatro For Dayz Concept swaps steering wheel for […]

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Waze gets extensive redesign but still needs work

Filed under: Gadgets, Smartphone, Technology Google owns Waze, and this redesign is certainly welcome. But the app itself needs a fundamental upgrade. Continue reading Waze gets extensive redesign but still needs work Waze gets extensive redesign but still needs work originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 19 Oct 2015 20:01:00 EST. Please see our terms […]

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Translogic 186: 1978 Ferrari 308 GTE Virtual Reality Test Drive

Filed under: Green, Translogic, Videos, Ferrari, Emerging Technologies, Gadgets, Smartphone, Technology, Convertible, Electric, Performance Translogic partners with 8112 Studios to take you on a virtual reality test drive of the all-electric 1978 Ferrari 308 GTE, converted by EV West. Continue reading Translogic 186: 1978 Ferrari 308 GTE Virtual Reality Test Drive Translogic 186: 1978 Ferrari […]

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Nissan exec says Tesla isn’t a disruptor, but Uber is

Filed under: Green, Nissan, Tesla, Smartphone, Technology, Electric Nissan North America’s manufacturing and supply chain boss doesn’t consider Tesla an industry disruptor, but Uber is. He’s not worried about Google or Apple, either. Continue reading Nissan exec says Tesla isn’t a disruptor, but Uber is Nissan exec says Tesla isn’t a disruptor, but Uber is […]

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Uber and Lyft fight fingerprint requirements in TX

Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Smartphone, Technology Uber and Lyft are fighting potential legislation that would mandate fingerprint background checks for its drivers in Austin, TX. Continue reading Uber and Lyft fight fingerprint requirements in TX Uber and Lyft fight fingerprint requirements in TX originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 12 Oct 2015 15:45:00 EST. Please […]

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HTC’s new-for-2014 One is a bold and beautiful smartphone, and for 24 hours tomorrow it’s a killer d

HTC’s new-for-2014 One is a bold and beautiful smartphone , and for 24 hours tomorrow it’s a killer deal: just $100 through HTC’s online store. The deal starts at midnight tonight and ends at midnight on May 8th, with a two-year contract on AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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The MacBook Air’s new price further blurs the line between tablets and laptops

It’s easy to spot the differences between an iPad and a MacBook Air. One boasts a touchscreen, the other a keyboard. One has a so-called Retina display, the other a blurry laptop screen. One runs a mobile operating system, the other its desktop-focused predecessor. But what if the two products are more similar than their current hardware, software, and […]

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If the latest reports are true, Amazon’s smartphone ambitions make even less sense

Amazon’s smartphone is becoming increasingly nonsensical. The company’s motivation for entering an already-crowded market was unclear when all we knew about the device was that it would feature a dizzying number of cameras and a gesture-based interface. Now that we know the company is thinking of subsidizing the data plans used by the device, according to […]

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Indonesia’s ludicrous idea of taxing expensive smartphones

Indonesia is looking to introduce import duties on the more expensive smartphones, something that strikes most economists as being somewhere between barkingly mad and ludicrous. The argument in support is that the local manufacturers only make low-end phones so raising the tax on the high-end phones won’t affect them. Umm, quite, that’s why it won’t […]

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