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PC Advisor: Linux for cars: Automotive Grade Linux rivals CarPlay and Android Auto

Car tech is exploding right now: Apple and Google are getting in on a game that Microsoft has tried to conquer for a while: infotainment systems. Now, there's another player - Automotive Grade Linux (AGL).

Wired: If You ‘Boy Band’ An Open Source Project, Will People Use It?

Most open source software projects come to life because someone is trying to scratch an itch.

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Linus Torvalds

Main claim to fame: Creator of Linux

Tech Radar: Will your next car run Linux? Cars go open-source with Automotive Grade Linux

In-car tech has just gone open source with news of a new automotive-grade build of the Linux operating system. But what does this mean for your next car?

Linux in various forms is already widely used in cars. But to date, it's largely been used in embedded systems, the operations of which are mostly obscured from owners and drivers.

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OpenSource.com: Automotive Grade Linux, running Android without Google, and more

Linux for cars announced

TechRepublic: Automotive Grade Linux brings open source to the auto industry

Open source seems to be popping up everywhere. The collaborative nature of the license makes for the perfect foundation for which to develop a system, platform, application, etc. And open source isn't content with being confined to your PC, laptop, or mobile device. Open source wants to travel... and travel it will. A brand new distribution of Linux, Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), is coming to fruition that targets the automotive industry.

Computerworld: Linux Foundation introduces Linux for embedded car systems

The connected car is shifting into high gear, and the Linux Foundation wants an open-source platform in the pole position. The non-profit consortium recently announced the debut of Automotive Grade Linux(AGL), a customizable, open-source automotive software stack with Linux at its core.


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Gizmodo: There's Now an Automotive Grade Linux for Open Source Cars

There's no denying your car's dashboard is pretty dumb, which is why Microsoft, Apple and Google are all trying to smarten it up. But there's also a new open source source alternative, in the shape of Automotive Grade Linux.

IT World: Why did Microsoft join the Linux Foundation's AllSeen Alliance?

When people think of open source they don't usually associate Microsoft with it. But the company recently surprised many when it joined the Linux Foundation's open source AllSeen Alliance. The AllSeen Alliance's mission is to create a standard for device communications.

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eWeek: Automotive Grade Linux Hits the Road

With the first release of Automotive Grade Linux, Linux isn't just for servers, supercomputers and phones anymore.

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