Like many industries, car manufacturers are morphing into service providers as companies realize that consumers aren’t paying for the product alone.
Every major technological revolution has profoundly changed the way we live and the way we conduct business, even if we don’t always realize it at the time.
Even with a product cycles that last three to five years, there is plenty of room for the car of the future to pop up today.
A sizeable group of enthusiasts driving 507 electric vehicles at De Anza College in Cupertino, California, have set a Guinness World Record.
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With an aim to curb the rise of car accidents, major players in the industry are bringing in significant changes in terms of automotive security.
Here's a look at some of the more common and fastest rising pieces of technology in our cars.
What can you do now that you couldn’t do before? Tesla is proving that auto manufacturers can solve another potentially dangerous situation.
Take a look at how real-time access to manufacturing data creates a competitive advantage for automotive companies.
This week, we heard rumors of Apple’s new iPhone functionalities, Amazon released its much-anticipated smartphone, and StubHub recovered from a hack.