Ford Motor Co. has acquired the Ferndale-based in-car connectivity technology developer Livio for an undisclosed sum. The company says it will keep its storefront location in Ferndale and its employees.
Livio Radio has rolled out two new products aimed at automakers and car audio makers as it completes its transition from Internet radio company to software company.
2,000 conference-goers and 100 vendors attend the largest automotive telematics conference in history, all talking about how to achieve — and exceed — Bill Gates’s once-audacious stated goal of making the car just one more place on the network.
Ferndale-based Livio Wednesday announced two new products at Telematics Update, the connected vehicle show at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Social Media Day Detroit’s hosts Livio and MotorCity Casino Hotel, announced tickets for the fourth annual Social Media Day Detroit were released Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at http://www.SocialMediaDayDetroit.com.
Ferndale-based Livio Monday announced that Livio Connect, the company’s middleware API for integrating smartphone apps with vehicle hardware systems, is now available at “freemium” pricing for application developers.
Livio, manufacturer and developer of connected car products and smartphone app connectivity software through Livio Connect, announced the closing of its Series C financing round with Beringea, Western Technology Investment, Angel Street Capital, North Coast Technology Investors and Invest Detroit’s First Step Fund. Several angel investors also participated.
Livio Radio announced it has become a Genivi member, joining 167 current partners on the open-source development platform.