connected cars

Henry Claypool is policy director of the Community Living Policy Center at UCSF, former Executive Vice President of the American
We can make it better. We have the technology.
A few barriers could prevent mobile wallets from gaining traction, one of which is every major technology company is creating
Traffic jams in the future could cause potentially dangerous data snarl-ups as cars packed with entertainment, safety and navigation features vie for airwaves with smartphones, tablets and networked features in other vehicles, according to a study.
I'm asked the same question over again: when will connected cars become "mainstream?" Judging by a look at the news, the answer is now.
Traditional regulation does not always move quickly enough to keep up with technologies that outpace law, nor does it always encourage innovations that will bring more consumer- and society-friendly technologies to market more quickly.
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