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As more and more wirelessly connected cars hit the market, a number of trends are becoming evident. RCR Wireless News will spend this month examining the connected car market, including these …

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The “Internet of Things” is such a broad-reaching topic; it’s really what you make of it – cars, things, people, sensors, animals, tractors, highways, etc. With so much room to innovate and limited …

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public wi-fi

Public Wi-Fi can be a great way to have your personal data compromised With mobile data use exploding, Americans are increasingly at risk of compromising personal information as a function …

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NI Week IoT panel

IoT is a hot topic at National Instruments’ ongoing NI Week AUSTIN, Texas – National Instruments kicked off its annual NI Week on Aug. 3, and among the first round …

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Not really virtualizing the whole car, but starting with the head unit. Redbend by Harman looks at the head unit as a central source of computing power resident in the …

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Connected cars require interoperability to be truly connected As the goal for car-to-x functionality becomes closer to reality in the world of connected cars, the issue of interoperability plays a …

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LoJack thinks so. I recently had the opportunity to speak with LoJack about the current state of vehicle theft and the implications of connected vehicles. Although one can’t say with …

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IoT

Airbiquity recently held a webinar to discuss findings from a Nielsen and SBD study that looked at the implications of infotainment solutions to auto buyers. In other words: Does infotainment actually …

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Hoffmann-Krippner is working with Guttersberg Consulting to bring its SensoFoil sensing technology to the connected car market. The technology is designed to allow the driver’s touch on the steering wheel …

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freescale small cells

Deployment of small cell technology is an important part of a hetnet solution to expand network coverage by mobile network operators, but finding “real estate” to deploy small cells is not …

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