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In-car infotainment is dead. Long live the app

In-car infotainment is dead. Long live the app | fabtech | Scoop.it
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013
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Alex Bratton is CEO at Lextech Global Services, a mobile and web dev shop.
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Qualcomm to sell telematics biz to Vista for $800 million - Telecom Lead

Qualcomm to sell telematics biz to Vista for $800 million - Telecom Lead | fabtech | Scoop.it

Telecom Lead Qualcomm to sell telematics biz to Vista for $800 million Telecom Lead Qualcomm on Monday said Omnitracs was one of Qualcomm's earliest businesses and has been a leader in fleet management and telematics for more than 25 years.


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Study: Car Infotainment a Looming Public Safety Crisis

Study: Car Infotainment a Looming Public Safety Crisis | fabtech | Scoop.it
Just as Apple starts bringing a special version of Siri into cars, an AAA study throws a bucket of cold water on the next step in "safe infotainment" for the latest vehicles.

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WirelessDefensiveDriving.com's curator insight, August 29, 2013 1:45 PM

We have to keep the focus on the driving task! Thanks,  Wirelessdefensivedriving.com

Elderly Driver's curator insight, August 30, 2013 10:28 AM

By definition `infortainment` requires our attention. That`s all well and fine if you are sitting in your living room enjoying the information or entertainment coming out of your CD player. But in a car, driving through a busy street or on a high traffic highway - not a chance. It is just another distraction and it is not safe!