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Celebrating the Marriage of Automotive and Consumer Electronics at CES

With an average number of 315 weddings per day, Las Vegas definitely takes a top spot on the list of locations for forging bonds. Ever since Ford CEO Alan Mulally's keynote at CES 2010 the automotive industry has come back to Sin City in early January for dates with consumer technologies. CES 2014 was no different except maybe that this time cars have taken center stage at the annual event. One could claim that the two industries have finally exchanged rings.

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8 Innovative Linux-Based Products Demoed at CES

 If you look behind the scenes of the many gadgets shown at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas last week you can spot Linux and open-source software almost everywhere. Here are some of the marvels that I discovered while roaming the show. Click through the slideshow and read on for more details.

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Opening Up To 3D Mapping: Collaborative, Crowdsourced Approach to Map Data Gaining Speed

Just as IBM realized that the real value it offers is in integrated business applications, not the operating system stack, carmakers and suppliers will realize road map data is merely a foundation for value-added services, offering no real differentiating value to their customers.  

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Linux Fuels Automotive Innovation: Call for Automotive Linux Summit Speakers

The 3rd Annual Automotive Linux Summit, to be held Oct. 24-25, 2013, in Edinburgh, UK, will join the most innovative minds from the automotive industry and open source communities. It is the premier event covering technologies around Linux and open source for in-vehicle and infrastructure systems for infotainment, driver assistance, connected cars and more. Submit your speaking proposal by July 31.

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You're Invited: Design the Future of Automotive Infotainment

Like many of us you are probably using your car almost every single day: commute to work, take the kids to school, run errands, go shopping, or just for fun. You name it. And while spending all this time on the road you may be using the in-vehicle infotainment system built into your ride for navigation, listening to music from the radio, accessing content stored on my mobile device, making phone calls, getting traffic updates and much more. And whether or not you are entirely happy with the solution that the maker has built into your car you may have the one or other idea on how things can be improved. Or maybe you think this is all lame and you can do a much better job. Well, here is your opportunity.

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