Monthly Archives: February 2019
BlackBerry has launched new automotive operating system. This OS can fuel BlackBerry’s vehicle presence by as much as tenfold, according to the head of the QNX automotive software division. IMAGE: Flickr How BlackBerry’s QNX is better than peers With manufacturers toiling to develop autonomous features in their vehicles, QNX looks promising to remove middlemen such as […]
FIERCELY competitive auto companies in the US have been told they will have to work together to stop the global epidemic of needless road deaths.
Remote operators could be the simple, scaleable answer to what Nissan says is an unsolvable problem: making robot drivers do everything humans can. The post Nissan’s Path to Self-Driving Cars? Humans in Call Centers appeared first on WIRED.
Nvidia ( NVDA ) was the best performing stock in the S&P 500 in 2016, gaining nearly 300%. As a result, nearly every portfolio manager and analyst is positive on the company, as its GPUs go into everything from artificial intelligence to machine learning to driverless cars. After Wednesday’s CES 2017 keynote address
The Concept-i, unveiled at CES, is designed to show that Toyota is serious about making driving fun in the future. The post Toyota’s Concept-i Envisions an Autonomous Future That’s Actually Fun appeared first on WIRED.
Cheaper sensors and less computing power add up to an autonomous car you might call affordable—if Hyundai ever builds it. The post Take a Spin in Hyundai’s Ioniq, the Driverless Car for the Masses appeared first on WIRED.
Trump’s, um, unique strategy pays off as Ford pours $700 million into an electric and autonomous vehicle plant in Michigan. The post Ford’s US Expansion Is a Victory for Trump’s Trolling Tactics appeared first on WIRED.
CES 2017 is sure to be a time of gadgetry and new revelations, as numerous tech companies, both major and minor, are set to unveil new items. Samsung has promised to reveal “the future of audio” at the event, while even the aging automotive industry has some contributions to make this time around. Wall Street […]