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The future is now.

Your phone, home, and car will all be connected in the Internet of Things.

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Let the debate begin.

Are connected motorcycle technologies a boon for safety or nothing more than a distraction?

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The Linux-based system will provide a framework for a variety of companies to use and adapt.

Toyota, Ford, Suzuki, and Mazda are all partners with AGL.

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All of this newfangled tech should be in production by 2020.

A portable, individualized profile should make VW ridesharing services more palatable.

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Because shopping on Amazon wasn't easy enough already.

This is the same open-source system being adopted by Toyota and other automakers.

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Mazda, Honda, and Subaru also investigating the standard.

This means apps like Spotify and AccuWeather will be easier to integrate than ever before.

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The technology was never implemented.

Apple has a patent on technology that would lock down a phone while a user is driving. The lawsuit claims that failure to implement the tech makes Apple culpable in the victim's death.

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Here are some tips for Uber's predicted 15 million customers this weekend.

New Year's is going to be a big night for Uber.

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Microsoft's Cortana AI could be next.

Now you can take business calls while driving more easily. If you're into that sort of thing.

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Unlike the competition, all cars are privately owned.

Think Turo, only facilitated by Mercedes-Benz.

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You no longer need to touch the microphone icon.

A real hands-free solution for the car.

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The ridesharing service supposedly still has trouble preventing internal abuse.

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Even if your car isn't on the list of vehicles that support CarPlay, you may have options.

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That's according to a new set of 'Community Guidelines.'

Rules for life in the back seat.

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The goal is to limit certain functions in an effort to combat distracted driving.

This will force you to put your phone down when you're behind the wheel.

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Volvo has solutions for the tedious parts of car ownership.

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With one fell swoop, the South Korean giant takes hold of a great chunk of tech.

The purchase is the largest ever overseas deal by a South Korean company.

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Seriously, any car, truck, SUV, or van can run the app.

Android Auto is available for users running Android 5.0 or higher.

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It's sort of like Zip Car, but you'll share one car with just a few people, rather than lots of cars with lots of people.

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You can now relive your trackday moments on your smartphone.

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