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    1. Volkswagen, LG team up to merge connected cars and smart homes - Roadshow

      Volkswagen, LG team up to merge connected cars and smart homes - Roadshow

      Car Industry Volkswagen, LG team up to merge connected cars and smart homes LG already has its hands in so many different aspects of the internet of things, it's giving Volkswagen a substantial advantage over automakers that lack this kind of partnership. David Ramos/Getty Images We've only just begun scraping the surface of connected cars. As more and more aspects of our daily lives become connected to the internet, it's all but inevitable that they'll begin to blend together.

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    2. Instant Analysis: Intel and Mobileye Are Bringing Driverless Cars to the Road by 2021 | Fox Business

      Instant Analysis: Intel and Mobileye Are Bringing Driverless Cars to the Road by 2021 | Fox Business

      3 Social Security Secrets You Probably Don't Know BMW will provide the vehicle from its recently debuted iNext concept , while Intel will use its Atom and Xeon processors to handle the complex data autonomous cars produce. Mobileye will use its sensing technology, through its EyeQ5 system-on-a-chip, algorithms, and REM real-time mapping technology, to give the vehicle sensing capabilities.

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    3. ProtectivX Hacker Detection System Helps Reduce the Threat of a Collision Caused by Hackers

      ProtectivX Hacker Detection System Helps Reduce the Threat of a Collision Caused by Hackers

      ProtectivX JERUSALEM , July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As Mobileye, Intel and BMW join together to create a platform for autonomous vehicles, ProtectivX has put its focus on creating the technology to notify if your vehicle, medical equipment or other IoT devices have been hacked. ProtectivX is developing a device which sits on a vehicles' internal CAN-BUS and monitors all electronic control units (ECUs) looking for any unusual behavior.

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    4. Intel is partnering with BMW because driving is too dangerous and cars need to get smarter (INTC)

      Intel is partnering with BMW because driving is too dangerous and cars need to get smarter (INTC)

      Intel announced a big partnership deal with BMW and Mobileye on Friday that will help bring self-driving cars to the market by 2021.

      The three companies will work together to build a new platform that will become the backbone to many self-driving cars in the future. Intel believes its chips will serve as the brain of those autonomous vehicles.

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    5. KDDI in Japan selects Gemalto's Connected cars and IoT solution

      KDDI in Japan selects Gemalto's Connected cars and IoT solution

      Solution includes remote subscription management and embedded SIM Amsterdam, June 30, 2016 - Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO),the world leader in digital security, has been selected to provide its Gartner forecasts that by 2020, there will be a quarter billion vehicles on the road with some form of wireless connectivity, making connected cars a major element of the Internet of Things [1] .

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    6. Gemalto : Kddi in Japan selects Gemalto's Connected cars and IoT solution

      Gemalto : Kddi in Japan selects Gemalto's Connected cars and IoT solution

      Solution includes remote subscription management and embedded SIM Amsterdam, June 30, 2016 - Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO),the world leader in digital security, has been selected to provide its LinqUs On-Demand Connectivity (ODC) subscription management solution and embedded SIMs (eSIMs) for KDDI, a leading operator in Japan with over 40 million subscribers, to enable secure connectivity for connected cars and IoT applications worldwide.

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    7. IoT's Role in Future of Transportation is at Center of Senate Hearings

      IoT’s Role in Future of Transportation is at Center of Senate Hearings Transportation is among the most promising sectors for the Internet of Things (IoT). By converting vast amounts of data into meaningful and actionable intelligence, IoT can help solve many of modern society’s automotive safety, transportation efficiency, mobility and infrastructure challenges.

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    8. Internet of Things: Germany has bigger plans than US for IoT solutions: Survey : Tech

      Internet of Things: Germany has bigger plans than US for IoT solutions: Survey : Tech

      HOME > TECH > Internet of Things: Germany has bigger plans than US for IoT solutions: Survey Internet of Things: Germany has bigger plans than US for IoT solutions: Survey Steve Pak | Jun 26, 2016 07:57 AM EDT Internet of Things (Photo : Facebook) The Internet of Things (IoT) is being developed by the United States, but Germany has a more aggressive plan to connect devices such as kitchen appliances, security cameras, smoke detectors, and fitness trackers.

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    9. Ford’s CEO reveals the car of the future—yes, Amazon is involved

      Ford’s CEO reveals the car of the future—yes, Amazon is involved

      CNBC.com SHARES Tesla might have made some major announcements recently, but Ford CEO Mark Fields says his company not in the race to make announcements. Instead, Ford is busy focusing on how to make customer's lives easier and building the car of the future. "Our combination is an auto and a mobility company, and we think that makes a lot of sense for us. But we're not in a race to make announcements.

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    10. Still Think the Internet of Things Is Overhyped? Check Out This Chart | Fox Business

      Still Think the Internet of Things Is Overhyped? Check Out This Chart By Chris Neiger Image source: Getty Images. Continue Reading Below The Internet of Things gets a lot of attention for its potential to transform major industry sectors such as transportation, agriculture, industrials, and technology -- not to mention its projected market worth of $7 trillion or more by 2020.

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