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Red Hat announced today its plans to deliver a predictable, functional, safe, certified, evolving Linux operating system for the automotive industry.

Published in The Linux Distillery

Augmented Reality is allowing Australian car buyers to "try on" a new Volkswagen T-Roc or T-Cross in great detail, inside and out, and visualise it in their driveway, garage or elsewhere, at different sizes, as COVIDsafe buying of big ticket items online takes off in a big way! iTWire talks to CCMO Jason Bradshaw on video to find out more.

Published in Home Tech

A new robot car, enabled with LiDAR, can see wavelengths beyond human senses to drive in foggy, snowy and bad weather conditions, with the evolving technology representing "a big step towards a safe automated vehicle".

Published in Development

Want to transform your car into a smart car that helps you drive better to save fuel and money, gives you all the stats that matter, is app connected and so much more?

The Germany company Bosch has announced the release of technology that can potentially cut down on the number of road accidents involving motorcyclists, with a system of communications that warns both the cars and two-wheelers of likely dangers in advance.

Published in Automotive
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Wednesday, 23 November 2016 13:48

Hot dogs could be a catastrophe

Got one of those smart thermostat thingies that keeps the house warm? Don’t forget that it may just operate all year long and with serious consequences to family pets.

Published in Climate

In the coming days, Android Auto 2.0 is coming to every Android OS 5.0 or better phone in over 30 countries, so even if you don’t have a fancy modern car you can enjoy the ‘connected experience.’

Published in Mobility

TomTom wants to welcome its users to "priority driving" as part of its "latest integrated communications campaign" for a "superior driving experience".

Published in Home Tech

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona isn’t just about mobile phones, but the way we’ll be mobile with our cars of the future.

Published in Automotive

Although Apple does supply CarPlay to automakers, the crunch will surely come when Apple launches its own actual car, as these domains suggest will one day happen.

Published in Automotive

Stella Lux is the name of a new energy positive family car designed in the Netherlands. It may look 'interesting' but it gets 3,000km on a single charge.

Published in Energy
The Internet of Things in your car is now easier to achieve with an Internet-in-car device, namely Telstra’s PrePaid 4GX Car Wi-Fi hotspot USB dongle.
Published in Mobility
Monday, 27 April 2015 00:01

Drivers with Apple Watch: next police target?

Users of smartwatches from Apple, Google, Microsoft and others while driving a car might find themselves the subject of police attention if caught using wearables devices.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 23 December 2014 14:34

Go ogle the prototype self-driving car!

After numerous prototypes to test different systems, Google has released its first ‘complete prototype for fully autonomous driving’ - and it wants partners.

Published in Mobility

Forget Ford’s Model T, Tesla’s Model S smart electric car will have its machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity electrified by Telstra’s mobile network.

Thursday, 07 April 2011 10:57

Microsoft and Toyota team for telematics

Microsoft and Toyota have teamed up to work on an Azure-based telematics platform for the carmaker's next generation services.

Published in Deals

A truism is an obvious truth, and while the truth of Gran Turismo 5's oft-delayed release was never certain, you can finally start your engines, overtake all your fears, and prepare to be first past the post in getting your own copy of Gran Turismo 5 at last!

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 31 March 2010 01:43

Watch out for cars when walking in Australia

According to a report, released on March 30, 2010, from the Centre for Automotive Safety Research, over three out of four new cars driving around in Australia would not pass international standards for pedestrian safety. Keep your eyes and ears open! It's dangerous out there!

 

Published in Health

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