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Wednesday, November 2, 2022
New Study Points Out Scary Driver Behavior In Supposedly Safer Cars
Despite literally just passing a variable message sign intermittently reading “Texting while driving is … (pause) … 23x more dangerous” placed just before one of the most hazardous, local maneuvers known as the Rochester Curve, society has gotten smarter about the importance of the age-old cliché of...
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Apple’s CarPlay Acts More Like Brainiac To Auto Industry Than Trojan Horse
A few, short weeks ago, AppleAAPL +0.8% released its next generation of CarPlay, which usurps the entirety of the cockpit’s user interfaces including the speedometer, fuel gauges and, of course, center stack infotainment. CNBC subsequently released an article entitled “Apple’s New Car Software Could...
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Cybersecurity Risks: Protecting The Electric And Software-Defined Car
“Putin is a d***head. Glory to Ukraine.”
Friday, June 17, 2022
Auto Cybersecurity Companies’ Challenge Is Now Proving Its Mousetrap Is Better
Oddly seven years after his death (in 1889), Ralph Waldo Emerson was attributed with an even more succinct quote* than his original statement: “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door” (*his original, long-winded quote talked about corn, pigs, knives and a "broad, hard-...
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Privacy Battle Over Connected Cars Takes An Interesting Turn In California
So goes California, and so typically goes the country, and the North American automotive industry along with it.
Thursday, March 3, 2022
A New Dawn: Blockchain Tech Is Rising On The Auto Horizon
Most of us are unaware of the day-in-day-out pain that we suffer on behalf of antiquated tracking of vehicles. We stand in quasi-zombie lines with hundreds of weary owners awaiting paperwork from a government worker. We pay for more expensive insurance to cover the clandestine fraud occurring throug...