About 155,000 vehicles with defective Takata airbags are still running on Australian roads, the Australian Completion and Consumer Commission has warned, adding that there are only six months left for the manufacturers to complete the recall of these automobiles.
BlackBerry and global automotive components manufacturer DENSO have announced the first integrated HMI (Human Machine Interface) digital cockpit system with BlackBerry QNX technology has shipped in the first vehicles by Japanese automotive manufacturer, Subaru.
A total of 1.8 million faulty Takata airbags still have to be replaced in vehicles used in Australia, the consumer watchdog says, with the recall likely to run until 2020.
Toyota does not appear to be issuing notices to its customers who have cars with defective Takata airbags – until the customers themselves contact the company.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has warned drivers of cars that have defective Takata airbags to have them replaced if possible before undertaking road trips in the holiday season.
Marketing software and solutions provider Marketo has appointed former Basware Asia Pacific marketing head Chis Connell as marketing director for the Australia, New Zealand region.
Facebook has promoted Stephen Scheeler to the role of managing director of its Australia and New Zealand region business.
If you ever needed evidence of the rise of online retail then the release of the Subaru BRZ sports car in Australia is some good data to have.
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