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Sponsored Post Today, Ford is kicking off a partnership with VentureBeat to highlight some of the many ways that developers can work to create the “Internet of Things.”
The company has unveiled an aggressive plan to build self-driving cars that are commercially viable within two “vehicle generations.”
Ford will partner with a Russian university to study the communications models of robots in space. The goal is to provide the next generation of drivers with insights about how to avoid traffic accidents.
Ford’s director of technology Vijay Sankaran spends a lot of time thinking about what the “Internet of things” means — and where cars fit into that vision.
Ford’s chief technology director gave a peek at the always-connected cars of the future this week at VentureBeat’s MobileBeat conference in San Francisco.
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Lowell McAdam reflects on how fast wireless networks can help society, and puts money down to prove it.
The Ford Developer Program, announced today at CES 2013, specifically aims to create apps that will utilize the Sync system and Ford’s AppLink API.
Today Ford revealed that its new Fusion hybrid has received a 47MPG rating from the EPA, putting it close to Prius territory.
Today in “Something we really didn’t need, but here it is anyway”: Auto powerhouse Ford and app maker Roximity have teamed up to bring location-aware deal alerts to consumers while they drive.
Ford not only unveiled its first all-electric car today – check out VB writer Sean Ludwig’s test drive with the new vehicle) – but the company also announced a new mobile app to help keep the car charged: MyFord Mobile for iPhone.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE91j55jgZo&w=560&h=315] We caught up with Ford at South By Southwest last week to chat about the connected car phenomenon.
Ford Motor Company yesterday announced the release of a five-seater electric station wagon developed in partnership with commercial vehicle company Azure Dynamics, according to CNET.
Cadillac debuted its new connected car system, dubbed CUE, today, and the in-dashboard interface clearly took a lot of notes from smartphones and tablets.
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Ford and Bug Labs announced today they are creating a platform that will encourage users to modify computers in the automaker’s future cars, bringing together the creativity of computer hackers and car tinkerers.
“Range anxiety” for pure battery-powered electric car owners wears off quickly as a driver begins to understand the capabilities and charging patterns of their car, according to a new study by the Technology Strategy Board.
Car manufacturers Ford and Toyota announced today that the companies will collaborate on a hybrid-electric car powertrain for sport utility vehicles and light trucks.
Solar panel manufacturer SunPower and Ford announced today that they will give Ford electric car buyers the option to buy and install a residential solar panel array that will charge the electric car.
Ford is betting big on the smartphone. The U.S. automaker has announced that its upgrading some of its 2012 fleet to play nice with apps.