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Nov 23, 2014

Forget cars, apps dominate the airwaves at the LA Auto Show. Google releases two new APIs for Android Auto, Honda gets busy with a new app garage in Silicon Valley and more. Andrew Tolve reports.

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Industry Insight

4G Connectivity Is Live, Now What?

Nov 3, 2014

The promise of 4G has arrived in a growing number of vehicles, although in the near-term it promises to raise as many questions for OEMs and their...

QNX Exec Sounds Off on EV Acoustics

Oct 24, 2014

Telematics Update sat down with Derek Kuhn, VP at QNX Software Systems, to discuss acoustics, ADAS, and autonomous Cars.

Weekly Brief: Google to add real-time satellite...

Jun 23, 2014

Google makes a $500-million acquisition for satellite imaging, as Toyota rolls out a new telematics service in Japan and BMW expands its telematics...

Executive viewpoint

Telematics: Releasing the Brake

Oct 31, 2014

In a guest column, Telit's VP of Global Telematics Cyril Zeller shares insights on why his company believes an open, cloud-centric platform will...

NNG gives an update on next-gen navigation...

Sep 29, 2014

Jim Nardulli, Senior Vice President - global automotive sales, gives us an exclusive insight into the thinking behind NNG’s latest navigation...

Video: TomTom on the future of connected...

Apr 25, 2014

Jan-Maarten de Vries, vice president, product management and marketing, automotive, TomTom, on the future of connected navigation.

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Weekly Brief

Weekly Brief: Apps, Android Auto are talk of town...

Nov 23, 2014

Forget cars, apps dominate the airwaves at the LA Auto Show. Google releases two new APIs for Android Auto, Honda gets busy with a new app garage in...

Weekly Brief: MapQuest back in game with on-...

Nov 17, 2014

KORE Telematics acquires RacoWireless with a helping hand from private equity, as MapQuest becomes the first nav app to offer on-demand roadside...

Weekly Brief: Amazon ramps up aftermarket...

Nov 10, 2014

Intel invests $10 million in INRIX for smart cities technology, as another cloud-based aftermarket device pops up on Amazon. Andrew Tolve reports.