Qualcomm recently announced during CES 2024 that it’s been working alongside Bosch to develop the automotive industry’s first central vehicle computer.
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The news was made public via the Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) 2024 held in Las Vegas, where Volkswagen joined several other brands in showcasing and announcing some of their latest technological breakthroughs.
Porsche along with development driver Lars Kern took to stage to announce some rather impressive results with Porsche’s Pre-Series Taycan, after hitting the Nordschleife.
Jaguar Land Rover UK (JLR) recently announced that it will be updating select models with updated tech to reduce theft and improve vehicular security measures.
The new collaboration will feature the Dirac Opteo Professional audio solution.
Samsung recently unveiled its newest automotive processor in the form of the Exynos Auto V920, which will power upcoming in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems on select Hyundai models.
MediaTek’s push towards putting more AI tech into everyday consumer products has certainly yielded some very interesting results, and the company’s newly-announced collaboration with PC gaming giant NVIDIA aims to do the same, at least in terms of automotive applications.
BMW recently announced that it will be partnering with AirConsole to bring passengers in-car gaming while on the road.
MediaTek recently announced its newest (and possibly one of its biggest) endeavours yet with “Dimensity Auto,” an automotive platform that adds a bit more intelligence to your average car.