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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in February 2006
Finally, A Listener
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Cars begin adopting voice recognition that understands you
'Smart Lights' Illuminate Dark Corners
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Ford's system illuminates the road more effectively without HID sticker shock
Turning on the Juice
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Electrical architectures of 300V, 500V and even 650V are delivering higher fuel efficiencies, greater reliability and a raft of new features for automotive consumers.
GMs' Hybrid Strategy
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General Motors has two dramatically different hybrid systems in production; two more planned within two years
General Motors' Hybrid Strategy
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The world's largest auto maker has two dramatically different hybrid systems in limited production and two more planned within the next two years
Rain Sensor
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Connected Cars
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Wireless links may augment infotainment systems and improve safety
Linking Cars and Consumers
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Automakers strive to link consumer electronics to cars
Air Quality Sensing
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Adding New Functionality
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Number of sensors in vehicles could increase significantly by 2012
High-Speed Automotive Databus May Reach Production in 2006
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Freescale, Philips roll out FlexRay microcontrollers, transceivers
Hybrids Keep Getting Better
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Advances in hybrid components make the difference
Sunlight Sensor
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