Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for June 9, including the decrease in click-throughs expected from Google's new mobile warning label, how the change is Wi-Fi standards has affected pricing, the future of sapphire in the touch panels, the expected revenue increase for auto infotainment and how mobile search will facilitate 73 billion calls in 2018.
Drivers who refuse to include telematics tracking devices in their vehicles could face higher insurance rates or could be forced off the road entirely, predicts insurance execs.
Automakers are increasingly offering LTE-based Wi-Fi hotspots in their automobiles for infotainment systems, observes ABI Research.
New and established players are building innovative hardware and software architectures designed to enable smartphones and tablets to interface with in-vehicle infotainment systems, observed research firm IHS in a recently released report.
Is Apple making an "iCar"? Well, not exactly. Apple appears to be pushing ahead with plans to include iOS functionality into other cars though, according to a report by AppleInsider.
AT&T (NYSE:T) will partner with premium automaker BMW to wirelessly deliver in-vehicle safety and infotainment to future models. The new solutions will build on the existing BMW Assist connected