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China’s Byton Partners With Blackberry for Software on First Production Vehicles

Byton, China's poster child in automotive technology, has announced its partnership with Blackberry mobile. Combining forces to make Byton's Shared Experience Display a reality, the automotive entrant will utilise Blackberry's QNX technology as the basis for the software on the game-changing console. [caption id="attachment_133042" align="alignnone" width="1874"] Byton's M-Byte concept car

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Sneak Peek of Audi’s e-tron Prototype

At the 88th Geneva Internal Motor Show held from the 8th to 18th March 2018, the Audi Group unveiled its prototype for its first all-electric car. With a deceivingly small exterior that contains enough space for five people and plenty of luggage within, Audi combines space and comfort in this

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Catch Subaru at Singapore Motorshow 2018

Motor Image, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles across nine countries in Asia, will be launching Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology at the Singapore Motorshow. The event will be held between 11 to 14 January 2018, at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. EyeSight is a driving support system that

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Dyson’s electric car dreams become reality

We often joke that Dyson only makes products that suck or blow, but jokes aside the British company has always developed high-tech, revolutionary devices that have transformed the product segment they've entered - from the cyclonic seperation technology in their handheld vacuum cleaners to the compact digital motor in their

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Audi AI drives you out of jams

Following the huge technical strides in automated driving, Audi has announced the Audi AI Traffic Jam Pilot, which is slated to be implemented on the new Audi A8, so that you can let the car take over when traffic slows down to a crawl. The first in the world to

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HP Enterprise heads to Mars?

HP Enterprise is teasing that an upcoming announcement by the tech giant will have astronomic implications - the creation of a 'new computer upgrade' so powerful that it will aid human space travel and enable us to land on Mars. For a number of years HPE has been developing The Machine, a

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