Most of AT&T's customer gains in the fourth quarter came from its non-smartphone business.
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Mercedes-Benz took advantage of the SEMA aftermarket automotive show to introduce its new Metris van to the US, a model it will launch in North America as a production vehicle next year.
A radio-controlled car, that is, one you can either print at home or pick up from a local shop. Kits start at $40.
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Custom guitars made to complement classic cars -- and even incorporate car parts -- embody the very soul of rockabilly.
During Nvidia's CES 2015 press conference, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed off the Drive PX computer, based on the just-announced Tegra X1 chip, enabling self-driving cars.
The carrier managed to pull in even more customers than Wall Street anticipated -- despite high expectations -- but losses also widened.
The company's growth was driven largely by connected devices like the connected car, but there was also a healthy mix of smartphone and tablet growth.
The tech giant is going full throttle with the project, but could do with the expertise of car manufacturers.
Google is preparing the foundations for a version of its Android operating system that can be built directly into connected cars.