• Delphi’s multi-layer display gives your car dashboard some depth

    Delphi’s multi-layer display gives your car dashboard some depth

    An in-car display is a terrible thing to waste, but Delphi’s new multi-layer dash screen technology could help automakers do something more interesting with all that in-car real estate. The infotainment and instrument panel-focused tech looks outstanding in person, as I discovered at CES, and Delphi CTO Jeff Owens says it’s ready to roll for OEMs looking to spark something new in… Read More

  • Delphi’s self-driving car takes us on a stress-free tour of Las Vegas

    Delphi has been coming to CES for 21 years as of this year, the company’s CTO Jeffery Owens told me on Tuesday before we embarked on a short tour of downtown Las Vegas aboard an Audi equipped with Delphi’s latest self-driving tech. In the beginning, Delphi had to work pretty hard to get its automaker partners to pay attention to its efforts to push vehicle tech forward, but now… Read More

  • Intel joins Mobileye and Delphi on self-driving car system

    Intel joins Mobileye and Delphi on self-driving car system

    Mobileye and Delphi announced a partnership to build an affordable self-driving car platform it could sell to automakers starting in 2019 earlier this year, and now Intel is joining the two automative suppliers to provide the chips used in their autonomous system. Intel’s processors will power the interpretation of input from the primarily camera and radar-driven self-driving system… Read More

  • Mobileye and Delphi aim to bring self-driving cars to market as early as 2019

    Mobileye and Delphi aim to bring self-driving cars to market as early as 2019

    Mobileye, a key supplier of components like image processing  and computer vision systems for automakers, announced a partnership with self-driving software and hardware provider Delphi today to be able to bring Level 4 and 5 automation ready for market to car makers by 2019. The two companies are coming together with the intend of giving OEMs an end-to-end solution they can use to bring… Read More

  • Delphi NAV300 GPS Keeps It Safe, Paints By Numbers

    Here’s another Tale of Interest, the Delphi Nav300, a GPS unit with a 3.5-inch display. You should know by now that nearly every GPS unit on the market is identical, though companies are trying harder to differentiate themselves from the rest of the pack. The Nav300 plays it safe, though, and only exactly what you would expect and need from a GPS is here: plenty of maps, points of… Read More

  • Delphi SkyFi3 XM Review

    Give a little get a little” is an appropriate description of the SkyFi3. Seems to me that Delphi’s initial thought was to provide XM in the car, and then they expanded that role. Similar to Pioneer’s Inno and Samsung’s Helix, the SkyFi3 performs many of the same functions as these more expensive units. XM satellite radio is robust in its line-up with over 170 channels… Read More

  • Holiday Portable Media Player Guide: What's Right for You?

    There are loads of PMP choices—not all of them from Apple—that are worthy of being carried around and fondled as you go about your day. What’s right for you may not be right for the businessman who commutes two hours, or the athlete who burns more calories sneezing than you do the entire day. We know you don’t fit into any one “demographic,” but we… Read More

  • Delphi SKYFi3 Wants Your Card in Its Slot

    Man, I never get tired of making juvenile “slot” comments. Anyhoo, Delphi and XM radio continue their satellite-radio partnership with the SKYFi3. It’s 65-percent smaller than the previous generation SKYFi and adds a microSD slot so you can store an “unlimited number of MP3 files” though you’re limited to the capacity of your card so I guess it’s… Read More

  • Delphi SkyFi3 XM Radio Has Removable Storage

    Delphi’s stepping up the XM receiver race with their new SkyFi3 model. This model is the first of its kind to include a removable storage solution, in this case a microSD slot. The other pretty nice features on this $200 receiver are a 2.8-inch screen, 30-minute pause and replay, 5-hour rechargeable battery, car kit with remote control, and the ability to tag songs for purchasing later… Read More