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Business - Big Auto look to tech companies to fix cars over the air

By Alexandria Sage SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - As cars increasingly resemble digital devices, a group of technology firms that can send wireless software updates to cars are in hot demand by carmakers scrambling to catch up to Tesla Motors in the arena of over-the-air updates, or OTAs.     Interest in the technology, through which certain car functions can be upgraded much the same way as an iPhone, comes as Tesla is set to deliver an OTA for hands-free cruise control this month, allowing its electric Model S sedans to drive themselves on freeways.     `Tesla has made great strides in raising the profile of OTA, making it appear somewhat sexy by showing how features could be added,` said Strategy Analytics consultant Roger Lanctot. `They`re almost poking the traditional carmakers in the eye by making it look so easy.`     That has spurred the big automakers to get more serious about OTAs, although they are hampered by the challenge of making software compatible with internal combustion engines, dealers worried about losing service revenue and security concerns.     `There`s a whole mindset change` as automakers embrace the need for the technology, said Honda spokesman Matt Sloustcher.     Oren Betzaleli, product strategy head for Israeli OTA firm Redbend, said four years ago it was hard to get in the door.     `Today, OTA is so important to car makers that we can get in right away to see the VPs of manufacturing,` he said.     Betzaleli said between six and 10 auto companies are `engaged` with Redbend`s technology for cars but declined to name them.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015  06:33


Technology - Best TV programs for kids, teens and families include Amazon, Netflix shows

Common Sense Media giving a seal of approval to 25 TV programs for kids, families.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  05:28


Sports - Another death rocks American high school gridiron

Kenney Bui, a senior at Technology, Engineering and Communications (TEC) high school in Seattle, was playing defensive back when he was hurt in the fourth quarter of a game on Friday. `It is with great sadness that School Board President Bernie Dorsey and I share with you that TEC High School senior Kenney Bui, who was critically injured in Friday night`s Evergreen v. Highline football game, died Monday morning at the hospital,` superintendent Susan Enfield said.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  04:34


Technology - European privacy ruling could hurt U.S. companies

At issue are rules governing how U.S. and EU companies trade data

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  03:41


Technology - Google, Microsoft CEOs congratulate @jack

Twitter co-founder once again placed in charge of the social networking company.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  00:06


Technology - Microsoft stock rises before smartphone event

A new slate of Lumia phones with Windows 10 capabilities is expected this week.

Monday, October 05, 2015  23:48


World - U.S. court orders EPA to rewrite ship ballast water dumping rules

By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal appeals court in New York ordered the government to rewrite its rules regulating the discharge of ballast water by ships, in a victory for environmental groups that said the rules were too lenient and threatened the nation`s waterways. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday said the Environmental Protection Agency acted `arbitrarily and capriciously` when it decided in 2013 to follow an international standard governing the discharge of harmful organisms, though technology was available to adopt a higher standard. Writing for a 3-0 appeals court panel, Circuit Judge Denny Chin also said the EPA, using its authority under the Clean Water Act, should have considered onshore facilities to treat ballast water rather than focus on pollution controls aboard ships, where a lack of space might limit their effectiveness.

Monday, October 05, 2015  23:47


Most Recent - Searching for El Faro crew with technology, keen eyes and hope

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  03:41


Technology - Is your home about to get a lot smarter?

How wi-fi enabled gadgets are making your property smarter

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  03:23


Technology - Fishy business makes more sense with sensors

How clever sensors are transforming food and farming

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  01:00

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