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About Richard Barrington

Richard is a creative freelancer with over 10 years pro experience working on a number of high profile projects with a global client base included BBC, Disney & Ford. He's worked alongside many top marketing agencies (including LBi & Wolff Olins) and recently headed major design development projects while working at Sky.

Blue Link platform to allow for remote connectivity

It has been announced that Hyundai’s next generation of products will allow owners to connect with their vehicle using wearable devices like Google Glass and others. Hyundai’s cloud-based Blue Link platform makes features like remote start and service information quickly accessible and will be available from 2015 on the all...

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SmartGPS Eco V2.0 on show at 2014 CES

Magellan, an important player when it comes to innovative GPS devices and content services for vehicles, fitness, outdoor and mobile navigation is to showcase its SmartGPS Eco V2.0 cloud technology for at the 2014 CES. SmartGPS Eco V2.0 offers cloud based content services The SmartGPS Eco V2.0 is the latest...

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Open Automotive Alliance backing Android

The Open Automotive Alliance, announced at 2014 CES is a partnership between automotive OEMs Audi, General Motors, Honda, and Hyundai. Along with tech firms Google and NVIDIA. Together, the consortium aims to make connected cars a reality.

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AT&T signs contract with Tesla for wireless connectivity

AT&T, a leader in connected cars, and Tesla, a premier all-electric vehicle manufacturer, have entered into a new multi-year exclusive agreement to enable current and future Tesla vehicles in North America with high speed wireless connectivity. AT&T connectivity will power Tesla’s remote engine diagnostics, telematics, and industry-leading infotainment features such...

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Intel Capital announces US$100 million investment in SanJet

An investment of US$100 million by Intel Capital Connected Car Fund has been announced in support of the development of SanJet Technology Corp.’s next generation applications for wearable and vehicle devices. The devices will include gadgets that allow full-HD video, wide angle views and wireless features. “SanJet is well-placed to capitalize...

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