Samsung has unveiled the Exynos Auto V920, a processor that will power next-generation Hyundai vehicles. The processor is quite a bit more powerful than its predecessor. The vehicles are due in 2025.
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MediaTek and NVIDIA have partnered up to develop new systems-on-chips for vehicles that will deliver AI and other infotainment features for all types of cars from entry-level to luxury.
Toyota left the cloud data of its customers exposed to the public for nearly a decade, it has been reported. Thankfully, the company seems to have detected the issue before the data was misused.
Tesla has slashed the prices of its more expensive vehicles by up to 9%. The move is a bit unusual given the backdrop of widespread inflation. The company provided no comment on the adjustment.
A bunch of new features are now available for Android Auto customers, along with a redesigned experience. The technology finally sports a seekable progress bar for audio content playing in your car.
Mercedes-Benz has announced a seemingly ludicrous subscription model that allows customers to pay a $1200/year fee to make their cars accelerate faster. The "feature" is not coming to the UK.
Intelligent speed assistance (ISA) technology has become compulsory for all new vehicles introduced to the EU market. As such, no vehicle without ISA will be sold in the EU after July 2024 deadline.
Porsche managers met with Apple late last year according to the car company's CEO, Oliver Blume. The contents of the discussion aren't known but Blume said the two firms are on the same wavelength.
The analyst firm Gartner has predicted that half of the top ten auto manufacturers will begin designing their own chips by the middle of the decade following the current chip shortage.
According to a report from the York police, car thieves in Canada are reportedly using AirTags in their heists. They are being leveraged to track cars so they can be stolen under conducive conditions.
Samsung has unveiled several new products for use in vehicles. They include the Exynos Auto T5123 which brings 5G, the Exynos Auto V7 to power infotainment systems, and the S2VPS01 PMIC.
Xiaomi is going to build a car factory in Beijing. It will output 300,000 electric vehicles per year when running at capacity and should begin operations in 2024, based on previous comments.
The automotive industry could be losing more than $200 billion in revenue this year due to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. The figure is much higher than what was earlier predicted.
With the release of Forza Horizon 5 just around the corner, Playground Games has gone ahead and published a list of the 426 cars currently confirmed for the game. The list will expand over time.
A report from Reuters suggests that we could see Xiaomi-branded electric cars come to market in the future. It's supposedly talking to Great Wall Motors to use its factory to build the cars.
Canalys has said that Level 2 autonomous cars are finally becoming mainstream. In the United States, they've reached a penetration level of 30%. Globally sales hit 11.2 million in 2020.
LG and Luxoft have created a new joint venture called Alluto. The two firms are seeking to bring new consumer-grade automotive technology to market to improve people's driving experiences.
Google has announced the open beta of Android for Cars App Library, allowing developers to design, build, and test their navigation, charging, and parking applications on Android Auto.
A cyberattack caused the Japanese automobile manufacturer to suspend production in multiple factories worldwide. These plants are now open, customer information was not compromised in the attack.
Following the suspension of prominent sporting events worldwide, Porsche Motorsport is also going virtual and will be broadcasting the entire Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Virtual Edition 2020 live.
A video posted on Twitter shows a Tesla cruising through the streets, gauging the state of upcoming traffic lights, and stopping at a red light. This feature could be coming up in a future update.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi group has announced a new platform today, the Alliance Intelligent Cloud. Microsoft Azure will be powering this platform, enabling it to deliver connected services.
Starting this Monday, Tesla will cease offering 75kWh batteries as the base capacity for its Model S and X electric vehicles, standardizing upon 100kWh battery capacity across the two models.
The gaming accessory maker and smartphone manufacturer has announced that it's taking its RGB lighting system, Chroma, further than ever by building it into Leapmotor's cars in China.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has given Tesla's Model 3 perfect scores for the levels of safety it provides. The car also gives drivers the lowest probability of injury.
Elon Musk expressed confidence that the current hardware in Tesla vehicles will be capable of self-driving to a level comparable to humans. He previously said Tesla cars will reach this goal in 2019.
Alphabet is believed to be examining a potential investment in Lyft to the tune of $1 billion. Should it proceed, the cash injection would help shore up the company against its main rival, Uber.
Following last week's acquisition of Mobileye, Intel has now announced a partnership with Fiat Chrysler, in addition to BMW, to deliver fully automated driving for production by 2021.
Just after announcing the completion of the acquisition of Mobileye, Intel has announced its plans to build a fleet of 100 autonomous vehicles for testing in the United States, Israel, and Europe.
Intel's $15.3 billion all-cash bid for Mobileye, which develops technology for autonomous vehicles, has now completed, Mobileye will be combined with Intel's Automated Driving Group.
Nissan's Leaf has been on the market for nearly a decade and it appears that the firm is preparing a refresh. In newly leaked images, we get to see the front and rear of the upcoming Leaf.
The US federal authorities are recommending that devices like Apple's iPhone or Samsung's Galaxys should detect when they're being used by a vehicle's driver and limit their own functionality.
Intel's CEO took the stage at a big auto show yesterday to announce the company's plans for self-driving cars. Intel wants to develop new technology and push the market with a $250 million investment.
It was recently reported that Apple was in discussions with supercar company McLaren over purchasing its business. However, the vehicle company refuted this, stating that there were no talks going on.
GM is recalling 4.3 million cars, SUVs and trucks worldwide, due to a "software defect" related to the airbags and seatbelt pretensioners - a flaw already linked to one death and three injuries.
The UK's RAC Foundation has come out in support of drive-safe functionality being built into phones. The feature would limit notifications to lessen the distractions a driver faces from their device.
Tesla has been secretly installing 'inert' autopilot software on cars and testing out how the algorithm behaves in real-world situations. The company has accrued 780 million miles worth of data.
In a post-Build interview, the CEO was bullish on Continuum and discussed Microsoft's way forward with Cortana, asserting AI will pervade all points of computing and mobility, including cars.
Marking the reintroduction of Porsche into the world of Forza, I got to drive a 918 Spyder in an incredibly immersive simulator that steered me away from ever wanting to drive one for real.
The very popular title Rocket League is now available on the Xbox One console. It retails for $19.99 but buyers of the game are getting some extra DLC and exclusive content for free.