Apple Music has been integrated with Waze. This gives drivers simple access to Apple Music which should make driving a safer affair as people won't have to mess about trying to start their songs.
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Spotify has announced the U.S. availability of its Car Thing hardware for Premium users, priced at $89.99. The company boasts that its device is equipped to respond to "every in-car situation".
DuckDuckGo has announced that it has added driving and walking directions to its maps tool. The search provider didn't say whether public transport directions would be added in the future.
Ubisoft's open-world racing game The Crew 2 is free to play on all platforms this weekend, and available to buy for a hefty discount on most of them. Restrictions apply on certain platforms.
The UK's Commons Transport Select Committee now believes that hands-free mobile usage ought to be banned by law in England and Wales. It will open up the proposal for public consultation this year.
In a bid to clamp down on illegal mobile phone usage while driving, new mobile detection cameras will be tested in two New South Wales locations. A prior test recorded 11,000 infringements.
It appears that France is trying to cut back on the number of accidents caused by drivers using their smartphones while behind the wheel. A judge has ruled you can't even use it while pulled over.
China's Wuhan city has rolled out an update to its online traffic management platform which allows users to verify their identity with a face scan rather than having to provide physical ID.
This new app from Samsung's Dutch subsidiary aims to curb distracted driving by sending automated replies to whoever is contacting you whenever you are riding a bike or are in traffic.
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.
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.
Saudi Arabia has invested a huge amount of money in the ride-hailing company, but Uber has found itself under fire for accepting cash from a government that regularly abuses human rights.
A police officer in Mountain View, California, pulled over Google's prototype self-driving car for "driving too slowly" in a relatively speedier traffic zone.
The new Apple Watch is under scrutiny again, this time by the UK Department for Transport who warns drivers using the new wearable will face similar penalties to those using phones while at the wheel.
A driver who was cited for using Google Glass behind the wheel was found innocent by the court. While this is an important precedent it also brings up the issue of an activity indicator on the device.
Alexander Heit, 22, died when his car crashed as he was texting a friend. His parents have released a photo of his incomplete text as a reminder to others not to risk using a phone while driving.
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The US Government and auto safety groups praised technology that prevents a drunken driver from starting a vehicle, which could potentially greatly reduce alcohol-related deaths, at a a meeting yesterday led by the National Highway...
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates was optimistic on Monday that software and technology advances over the next decade will increase productivity in the same way as during the 1990s. The blending of technologies...