Canadian software specialist BlackBerry is joining forces with a U.S. firm in the race to turn cars into mobile "wallets" that will automatically pay parking fees and bridge tolls and even collect payments for ride-sharing and parcel delivery.
One analyst thinks QNX software will remain a top choice for automakers in need of a strong, secure platform for car operations — and one they maintain control over — even as they let Google move into infotainment with a consumer-friendly platform that might not be especially secure.
Honda said it will reimburse out-of-pocket expenses for customers, some of whom have had to make repeated visits to dealer service departments to replace inflators that can explode with too much force and injure occupants of the vehicle.
Among the general population, the elderly are the most susceptible to the novel coronavirus. In the business world, it’s the young, small start-ups, often with limited access to credit and government financial help, that are most at risk of going under. Some have shifted gears to make medical parts just to stay afloat.