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Chinese Firm Tips Android-Based Automotive Computer

Chinese Android development firm Borqs announced an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system based on Android 4.1. The Borqs Smart Vehicle Mounted Terminal incorporates navigation technology from Beidou and a wireless data cloud from TD-LTE, and supports applications including navigation, multimedia, and video calling. Beijing-based Borqs is better known for an Android clone called OPhone, which was [...]

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