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Sep 29, 2014

The big question was never whether or not consumer electronics giants Google, Apple & Samsung would enter the connected-car space. Like a lot of things in the business, it's generally been regarded as an inevitability. The real question is how much disruption it will cause, especially for the OEMs.

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Industry Insight

Connectivity Enables a New Paradigm for Auto...

Sep 11, 2014

Here are some of the key takeaways from the world’s largest connected car event – Telematics Detroit.

Auto mobility in the boardrooms of Ford, GM and...

Aug 29, 2014

The IT and auto manufacturing industries are converging, meaning auto OEMs can no longer limit themselves as manufacturers of 'wheels and steel...

How OEMs can Reap the Benefits of VRD

Aug 26, 2014

Vehicle remote diagnostics (VRD) is a potential boon to car-makers, if they ‘get it right’. Siegfried Mortkowitz discusses the implications of the...

Executive viewpoint

Can You Hack It? Securing the Connected Car

Sep 19, 2014

Are highly computerized cars with heavily automated systems as vulnerable to attack as PCs and mobiles? Susan Kuchinskas talks to security researcher...

The Automotive World is Changing

Sep 8, 2014

Telematics Update spoke to John Horn, the national director of Raco Wireless.

The Inside Scoop on Kia’s EV

Aug 29, 2014

Henry Bzeih, Head - Connected Car & CTO, Kia Motor Company gives Telematics Update the inside scoop on Kia’s telematics strategy.

Podcasts

Weekly Brief

Weekly Brief: Ford introduces new fleet...

Sep 29, 2014

Parkopedia launches its parking service in Latin America, as Ford unveils Ford Telematics in Europe. Andrew Tolve reports.

Weekly Brief: Opel Brings OnStar to Europe

Sep 22, 2014

Real-time traffic lands a major expansion and investment, as Opel says OnStar will jump the pond to Europe courtesy of its cars in 2015. Andrew Tolve...

Weekly Brief: Apple Automotive Buzz Builds with...

Sep 15, 2014

Audi and AT&T partner up to offer data plans for $10 per month, as BMW debuts an app destined for the new Apple Watch. Andrew Tolve reports.