Infiniti cars of the near future, the 2013 line to be precise, will come packed with a swank new infotainment system being put together by technological geniuses Intel, in collaboration with Nissan. The 2013 Infiniti lineup by Nissan will sport an in-vehicle computer system boasting an Atom CPU and coming with cloud-based services for smartphone users including video surveillance.
Jaguar Land Rover is the latest automaker to pair with a technology company to develop its future in-car technology. As consumer tech and in-car tech converge, automakers are spending much more time developing in-car systems that al... Read Post
Intel has announced that its Atom processor will power Nissan's next-generation infotainment systems in select vehicles starting in 2013. (Credit: Intel) The chip giant, which is looking to broaden its reach, also forged a deal with... Read Post