CNet News.com's Top Car Tech From CES, NAIASThe tech wizards at CNet's News.com are out with their favorite car technologies from both the International CES in Las Vegas two weeks ago and the North Amerian International Auto Show's press preview last week.
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Ford OpenXC Platform Is Now Open for Vehicle Data, Customizable Hardware and Open Research On the heels of launching its first software developer program, Ford is now turning its attention to the growing trend in hardware hacking by transforming vehicles into an experimental development environment. The OpenXC research platform from Ford is now out of beta and available to all "makers" and do-it-yourselfers.
HMDX, House of Marley Roll Out New Gear At CESSeveral personal electronics brands tied to the Commerce Township medical device company Homedix are rolling out new products at the 2013 International CES this week in Las Vegas.
Fulton Innovation Reveals Tablet That Both Sends and Receives Power Wirelessly at CESAda-based Fulton Innovation, the creator and exclusive licensor of eCoupled wireless power, is showing the first ever example of two-way wireless power at the International CES in Las Vegas this week.
Chrysler Group's Uconnect Launches Industry-First Dealer-Activated Navigation SystemChrysler Group LLC announced Monday at the International CES that its dealers now have the ability to activate navigation functions in vehicles equipped with some versions of its Uconnect navigation and location system.
Michigan Companies to Unveil Latest Innovations At 2013 International CESMore than 150 technology companies based in the Midwest will debut their latest innovations at the 2013 International CES. Included are a record 40 exhibitors with Michigan addresses.
Record Number Of Top Auto Manufacturers To Exhibit At 2013 International CESThe Consumer Electronics Association Friday announced a record number of automotive manufacturers will exhibit at the upcoming 2013 International CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show.