By 2020, the two companies look to install an infotainment solution in millions of vehicles throughout China.
Automakers and electronics companies continue to raise the bar in terms of intelligence and connectivity for the car. By Dale Ford, Contributing Editor Just as automotive exhibitors and [...]
The hype and overblown expectations continue. And the auto companies along with the many OEM and technology suppliers are collectively spending billions of dollars to create the first practical [...]
By Julien Happich, Contributing Technical Editor According to a report from Korean IT newsmedia etnews, Samsung Electronics is planning to release application processors specifically aimed at car [...]
By James Morra, Contributing Editor Cypress Semiconductor released an automotive chip that supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth without the performance loss caused by real-time switching between [...]
By James Morra, Contributing Editor Qualcomm is trying to buy NXP Semiconductors, the largest supplier of automotive chips, to tow it out of the smartphone business and into faster growing [...]
Automotive, location-based applications will go beyond just their navigation capabilities. By William Wong, Technical Editor A global-positioning-system (GPS) radio is now found in most [...]
Infotainment systems have become a central hub for a number of vehicle functions, all running on a large touch display generally in the center of the dashboard. With vehicle and driver [...]