Navman: Woman drivers more anxious GPS brand Navman has commissioned an independent survey of drivers, aiming to characterise driving confidence by gender.
Cohda brings the connected car closer Australian car safety pioneer Cohda Wireless says it is ready to move to deployment of its ‘C2C’ technology, following investments from Cisco and NXP Semiconductors.
Driving the uptake of DAB+ digital radio The local organisation Commercial Radio Australia is well aware of the importance embracing the digital age of radio broadcasting.  This is particularly significant for radios…
Drove my Chevy with my Siri... It might be a while before it reaches Holden, but General Motors' US Chevrolet operation is adding Siri support to some of its small cars.
Volvo beats traffic jams Self-drive cars may be the future, but that doesn’t mean the death of grid-lock or the general drag of slow city traffic.  Why do we…
Take your own Telemetrics to the virtual track Smartphone junkies and video game aficionados will be thrilled to hear that Toyota is developing a device for its cars that collects telemetric data from…
The Frankenstein Saab With the added jolt of electricity, the Saab brand has been brought back to life as a completely different beast.
Ford Australia creates the Holodeck Ford Australia engineers and designers are living in a virtual world, and loving it.  The company has unveiled its new Virtual Reality Centre, a high…
Holden Volt vaults to 5 star safety rating Not a pure electric vehicle, yet not a hybrid, the Holden Volt is looking like it will shake up the languishing Australian automobile industry.
Use an Android to find your BMW Android platform users can now use their smartphones to command their BMWs.

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