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The development of the Hum system that provides telematics, vehicle diagnostics, vehicle location and roadside assistance shows how Verizon is re-inventing itself to be a digital company. In an interview with Senior Product Manager, Verizon

Bouncie, a developer products and applications for the automotive industry, announced the launch of a connected vehicle device that provides drivers with access to valuable data from their automobile and helps them become safer drivers

Zubie, a leading connected-car platform and telematics provider, today took another step forward in delivering on the promise of the connected car, announcing its partnership with RepairPal, the place to find high-quality, trustworthy auto repair

T-Mobile announced a free update it its SyncUP DRIVE system that now permits customers to track and manage up to twenty four vehicles with a device installed—all in one view from the SyncUP DRIVE app. With

May is National Eco-driving Month. The fresh app CarPrint helps drivers use less fuel by instructing drivers fuel-saving pratcies. CarPrint is trains users to eco-drive, a practice known to reduce fuel consumption by ten to

T-Mobile SyncUP DRIVE connected car OBD-II device with Wi-Fi hotspot, vehicle diagnostics, safety and security features added free roadside assitance.T-Mobile is adding Allstate Motor Club Roadside Assistance for all SyncUP DRIVE customers on qualifying plans.

Verizon Wireless announced that kicking off tomorrow, you can buy an upgraded connected car HumX service with Wi-Fi hot catches sight of premium hardware and a fresh mobile app. The package includes Bluetooth speaker phone that clips onto

The two thousand sixteen Tech CARS award for “Best OBDII Device with Software and Services” from Auto Connected Car News, Zubie is now suggesting the Zubie Teenage App that connects teenagers to their cars and to their

Automatic has launched a fresh version of its OBD-II adapter with services by adding unlimited 3G data for five years. Formerly Automatic devices were Bluetooth-only and connected to a smartphone in the car. Automatic Pro

HERE is opening up its API to Samsung’s fresh connected car ecosystem and Samsung Connect Auto device. HERE’s REST APIs for maps, geocoder, and traffic, will be available to third-party developers using the Samsung connected

Samsung announced its connected car suggesting, Samsung Connect Auto for consumer and fleet applications that also provides Wi-Fi hotspots. It is due out in the United States through AT&T in the 2nd quarter of the

Verizon announced that its hum speakerphone with ODD-II device will be updated with more features this month. Families and their loved ones can use location-based features derived from geofencing technology, keeping them connected wherever the road

Our house just got T-Boned—maybe they should have tested the autonomous flying car according to safety regulations. Read More

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