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The automobile of the long run? Qualcomm unveils 4th-gen Snapdragon auto platform

Previous Next 1 of 2 The car of the future may be more powerful than the computer on your desk — thanks to one tiny silicon chip. At the company’s “Automotive Redefined: Technology Showcase,” Qualcomm unveiled the fourth generation of its Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit platform, a plug-and-play answer to the question car manufacturers are wrestling…

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Federal automobiles to go inexperienced as President Biden guarantees electrical fleet

America’s complete federal automobile fleet shall be changed by U.S.-made electrical fashions, President Joe Biden introduced on Monday. The transfer is a part of a broader “Made in America” initiative designed to spice up U.S. manufacturing by rising federal spending on American corporations, the newly minted president mentioned in a speech on Monday, January 25….

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What’s adaptive cruise management?

It’s not a stretch to call cruise control one of the earliest driving aids. It wasn’t always electronic, and it certainly didn’t make your grandfather’s 1982 Cadillac Seville autonomous, but it was a revolutionary invention. (Although here’s a fun fact: Your grandfather’s Buick had the first infotainment system way back in 1986.) Contents What to…

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