How Every Car Company Screwed Up The Apple 'Eyes Free' Announcement

This week saw the announcement at Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference of a partnership with nine automakers — probably the biggest tech-car partnership this year. You'd think the car companies would be ready for this big moment. You'd be wrong, as our undercover tech reporter explains. — Ed. » 6/15/12 3:00pm 6/15/12 3:00pm

How Ford Just Got Screwed By Apple

Yesterday's Apple World Wide Developer's Conference isn't a place where you'd expect a lot of car news (other than fake Stig), but the megacorporation revealed how they'll make the iPhone an even more ubiquitous part of your life with announcement of Siri integration with numerous car manufacturers and turn-by-turn… » 6/12/12 10:30am 6/12/12 10:30am

Apple Is Bringing Siri To Your Car So You Can Drive 'Eyes Free'

It was just announced at Apple's 2012 World Wide Developers Conference that the company will work with nine automakers to integrate their Siri voice recognition magic robot into production cars. Remember when we reported on Apple looking for automotive engineers. This might be why. » 6/11/12 2:34pm 6/11/12 2:34pm

Why The Hell Is Apple Using A Fake Stig At WWDC?

Normally, Jalopnik will be the place you come for answers. Right now all we have is questions since someone who looks exactly like The Stig from Top Gear randomly appeared at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference today to promote that Game Center thing Apple keeps talking about but no one uses. » 6/11/12 2:12pm 6/11/12 2:12pm