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Next-gen cars have more Linux power than ever before

  • November 8, 2016 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
In 2014, ZDNet’s Steven Vaughan-Nichols wrote that major automotive companies were looking to make Linux the operating system of choice. Last week, I headed to the TU-Automotive Europe conference in Munich, Germany, to get a deeper understanding of the automotive software landscape at present. What I learned there was that what Mr. Vaughan-Nichols wrote in 2014
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