First News Briefs: Hyundai, Ford, Marvell, China Mobile, Epson America
Hyundai's next generation of products, starting with the 2015 Genesis, will allow owners to connect with their vehicle using wearable devices. Hyundai's cloud-based Blue Link platform makes features like remote start and service information accessible through new devices like Google Glass and others.
Ford announces it will expand its SYNC AppLink system to 3.4 million more vehicles currently on the road. A newly aligned organization will manage connectivity across the entire enterprise.
Marvell today announces that China Mobile launches its self-branded 4G LTE mobile hotspot powered by Marvell's ARMADA Mobile PXA1802 multimode 4G LTE platform.
Epson America today announced the Epson LabelWorks LW-600P, a label printer for smartphones and tablets that gives users the ability to make labels for the home or workplace.