In this week’s MTC Show, we welcome back the purveyor of AskOtto to discuss frictionless auto shopping and how you – the consumer, can expect to start seeing more online shopping conducted with perpetual search technology. We also will be looking at the latest headlines related to how we are connected and the way we get around.
In this episode of the MTC Show…Elon Musk Buys Twitter; Uber Reaches Deal to List All New York City Taxis on Its App; Hackers steal $620M in Ethereum and dollars from Sky Mavis’ Ronin network; President Biden executive order on cryptocurrencies; Hyundai Collaborates with Meta Kongz to Launch Community NFTs; Biden administration unveils new fuel economy rules; Starbucks, Volvo launch a pilot EV charging network at coffee giant’s stores; Lightning eMotors joins with GM to electrify medium-duty trucks; Plus…Interview with Allen Taylor, author of the book Cryptosocial – How Cryptocurrencies Are Changing Social Media.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we commemorate Women’s History Month by acknowledging a few historical women in STEM -Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math as well as Michelle Dillard, Brandi Kolosky, and Kelly Saunders who are leading the way for women today and helping to improve the automotive acquisition experience, alas car buying.
In this episode…3G networks will disappear this year — and that’s bad news for your car; Ford, ADT to Invest $100M in Vehicle Security Monitoring JV; GM’s Used Car Marketplace – CarBravo; Dogeparty and DP University; and more. See blog for details:
In this episode…President Joe Biden signs the $1 trillion Infrastructure bill. What’s in it and how does this benefit you? Plus, 3D printed prosthetics for pet mobility; car shopping that rewards you; and do we really need a climate “crisis” to justify the need for cleaner, renewable, sustainable energy? All this in more with public transportation podcaster Paul Comfort, industrial designer Alexander Tholl, and AskOtto purveyor Eric Brown on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show.
This Week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Venmo Adds Crypto Trading; Elon Musk says Tesla will no longer accept Bitcoin due to “environmental concerns”; Ford, BMW lead $130M investing round in solid-state battery startup SolidPower; General Motors Announces $2.4B Spring Hill Electric Vehicle Battery Plant. Plus: Conversation with Brandi Kolosky from Plensy about using blockchain to allows more responsible borrowers to get into vehicles.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: SpaceX to send Dogecoin-funded satellite to the moon; Ford begins MACH-E Deliveries in Norway; Ford to reveal all-electric F-150 Lightning; GM partners with 7 charging network sahead of EV push; European Data Protection Guidelines for Connected Vehicles; and How usage-based insurance is keeping pace with new mobility – conversation with Ori Blumenthal from VOOM.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Tesla cuts price of Model 3 and Model Y cars; Toyota launching three electrified vehicles in 2021; For to go all-electric in Europe by 2030; GM to phase out gas and diesel engines by 2035; And…high car prices and what you can do about it; plus…why everybody wants to buy your car.
This Week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: How Ford Is Using Blockchain Technology To Improve Urban Air Quality; SpaceX moves to beam Starlink internet to trucks, boats, and aircraft; AI ‘Mayflower’ set for autonomous journey next month; and…What is a Crazy Confident Car Buying Experience w/ Lori DiPasquale from www.TitleKeyCash.com; Plus…Auto Pros Discussion Panel – Meet with our panel of automotive insiders talk about the car business from a service, parts, and used car perspective.
This Week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show…Facebook Bans News in Australia; Chevrolet Makes TikTok Debut Featuring Silverado and Artist Breland; Ford and Google Make 6-year Deal for in-car connectivity; And…Do Social Media Algorithms Rule How We See the World? Plus…Auto Pros Discussion Panel – Meet with our panel of automotive marketing and retail pros talk about the use of video in the car business.