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Ford is increasing the number of smartphone functions that can be controlled from car interfaces by adding support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and introducing more apps for its Sync in-vehicle connectivity system.
Ford Sync vehicles from 2011 onward now have a Siri button.
Volvo is teaming up with Microsoft to use its HoloLens technology to show cars to prospective customers. HoloLens using augmented reality to add digital images to the real world.
Experts discuss how Apple might disrupt the auto industry and why the Apple Car will be unlike any other car ever made.
Volkswagen just hired an expert on car automation technology away from Apple, signaling its intention to become a serious player in the next-generation and self-driving car markets.
On The Wrap this week Google plans to deliver packages by drone, Tesla takes back Autopilot features and the ISS turns 15.
Auto industry executives say Apple and Google can't make it in the auto world. Case closed!
Lane-keeping assistance. Blind-spot warnings. Automatic perpendicular parking. Can Ford's latest high-tech driving aids make a believer out of a high-performance driving enthusiast?
Making cars is basically impossible.
A new report claims that Apple's has accelerated work on its first electric vehicle, with the final product expected in 2019.
What if Apple's self-driving car is much further along than anyone realizes?
Apple needs a high-security facility to test...something.
Tim Cook and company have shown interest in how BMW manufactures its i3 electric car, but want to go at it alone.
The company's new MIB-II infotainment system will be compatible with all three smartphone-car interfaces. The first floor models will arrive in dealerships next week, VW says.
The new system will alert drivers and pedestrians of potential collisions.
Honda said last March that it would support CarPlay. Now it's finally getting ready to make good on that promise.
Cupertino is reportedly building an electric car with help from a slew of experts.
When everything is connected with software and services, consumers can get boxed in by what works with what.