While Google is ditching longtime partner Qualcomm as a supplier of chips for tablets and laptops,
Qualcomm and Google have teamed up to supplykey computing chips for the digital dashboard of the Renault Megane E-TECH Electric, a new generation electric vehicle (EV) of the French automaker.
The Renault Megane E-TECH Electric will use Qualcomm chips to control the car's infotainment system using Google software.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 3rd Generation PlatformsAutomotive Cockpit Platforms power the vehicle's high-tech infotainment system, which includes touchscreen displays for audio, visual and navigation functions.
Qualcomm and Google will work together to createhighly intuitive artificial intelligence for virtual in-car assistance, natural interaction between car and driver, and contextual safety.
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