If the first few months are anything to go by, 2019 might easily become the Year of the Future. NASA is teaming up with private company SpaceX to make commuting easier for astronauts. Automated bots are slated to start delivering everything from groceries to drywall. And BMW is unveiling an automobile you can flip off.
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Tweet Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist, venture capitalist, treasure hunter … Paul Allen has a list of credentials a mile long. But now he’s added yet another to the list – World Record Breaker. Recently, Allen announced…
Tweet In his continuing effort to become a real life Tony Start, Elon Musk has recently unveiled plans for a passenger rocket that can take anyone from one part of the world to another in…
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show…Boeing MAX returns to skies after flight from Miami; Ford partners with insurance providers to offer behavior-based premiums; GM May build more Hummer EVs due to overwhelming response; Detroit Three won’t mandate COVID vaccines for workers; Self-driving startup Nuro cleared to commercialize service in California; Honda leads $15 million investment in e-commerce platform Modal
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: The US Department of Justice Sues Google Over Antitrust in Search and Ads; Google Accused of Suppressing Political Speech; American Airlines to Schedule US Flights with Boeing 737 MAX; CarGurus Navigate Virtual Summit: Auto Dealerships and an Uncertain Future.
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In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we talk about the overall state of the auto industry, and covid’s impact on consumers with our Special Guest Carl Van Ostrand from DISQO. We look at new data and insights on COVID-19’s impact on the auto industry and consumer confidence, plus Sunbit’s recent endorsements with Acura, Honda, Infiniti, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Volkswagen as a preferred solution for financing parts and services.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we are back with the “2-Minute Drill Down” where our two guests Herb Anderson and Tiffany Simonsen face off in a round of retorts limited to two minutes each in response to select current events happening in the world with your hosts Jay and Ryan.
A mashup of conversations about fixed operations from January through March that reveals how undetected COVID-19 was and how quickly it became the unassuming disruptor that it was. In it we review the online auto parts business of 2019, hear how dealers recruit and develop service technicians, and we see first-hand how dealers are adopting COVID-19 protocols and safety measures.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show it’s #PioneerDay. We will be honoring the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 – the spacecraft that brought the first humans to the moon and back. We also welcome special guest Sean Welsh, Host of ‘5 Minutes with Sean…Maybe 10’ and the ‘Car Biz Chronicles’ to talk with us about the B2B Media Strategy for his company, and of course what is wrong and right with the car business.