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  • 2014

September

PORSCHE BETEILIGT SICH AN NAVIGATIONSSPEZIALIST
Friday September 12, 2014

Handelsblatt StuttgartSie steigen mit zehn Prozent gleich richtig ein: Die Porsche-Holding (Porsche SE) hat nach eigenen Angaben knapp zehn Prozent des US-Tech-Unternehmens Inrix gekauft. Damit holt sich das Unternehmenskonglomerat nun einen Anbieter ins Haus, der mit aktuellen Informationen für Verkehrsteilnehmer Read More >

TESLA SENDS TRAFFIC HELP VIA SOFTWARE UPGRADE
Friday September 19, 2014

Musk tested maps update in his personal car By Gabe Nelson SAN FRANCISCO — Tesla Motors, which equipped its Model S sedan with a cellular connection to download wireless software updates over time, today revealed a sixth update that gives Read More >

TRAFFIC APPS ROUNDUP: INRIX LEADING THE PACK
Sunday September 28, 2014

D.C. transit apps roundup By Victoria St. Martin and Robert Thomson Call it the D.C. Lean – the sometimes-precarious stance adopted by mass transit riders who crane their necks over subway platforms and straddle curbs straining to see when the Read More >

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March

ECONOMIC RECOVERY'S CATCH-22: TRAFFIC IS BACK
Tuesday March 4, 2014

By Larry Copeland After seven years of modest gridlock during the Great Recession, data from 2013 shows that traffic congestion is on the way back, even with only moderate job growth in some cities. Nationwide, congestion was up 6% in Read More >

February

SUBWAY STRIKE HOBBLES LONDON, UNDERGROUND AND ABOVE
Wednesday February 5, 2014

By Stephen Castle LONDON — A strike on the London Underground crippled much of the city’s transportation network on Wednesday, disrupting the plans of millions of travelers and forcing commuters to cram into overcrowded buses and trains or walk or Read More >

January

CES: TV TAKES A BACK SEAT
Tuesday January 7, 2014

By John R. Quain The next tech revolution will not be televised. It will be driven. I’ve been hearing the “revolution” and “innovation” drumbeat for so many years at consumer electronics shows, my ears are ringing. But the International CES Read More >

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