New Self-Driving Car Mapping Unit Backed by Amazon and Microsoft

 

Amazon and Microsoft are two major companies that are yet to enter the arena of autonomous car development yet, but this could be set to change soon. Reuters have reported that according to sources, Here, a mapping company owned by a number of German automobile makers could soon be provided with cloud computing capabilities by the two IT giants. The companies that currently own Here, BMW, Audi, and Mercedes’ parent company Daimler all have their own self-driving developments in the works.

Amazon are also reported to be interested in becoming a major shareholder in Here, which would position them to be the prime provider of cloud computing solutions to them. When you consider that Here collects a huge amount of data via sensors mounted atop thousands of self-driving cars belonging to the company’s owner firms, this would be a great boon for making the most of it.

Here was previously owned by Nokia, but was acquired by the German firms in December last year for €2.8 billion. Since this acquisition, Here have continued to state that “have stressed since the acquisition in early December that they are open to additional investors from all industries.” As a result, a number of companies aside from Amazon and Microsoft want to be involved with Here, including Renault and Continental, which both have a stake in the automotive industry. Continental in particular told the wire service that a decision as to whether they would purchase a stake in Here would come imminently.

With high-resolution mapping being so crucial to proper operation of autonomous vehicles, it is no wonder that so many companies are clamouring for a part in one so open to partnerships. As Amazon and Microsoft show, it’s not just those developing the cars that want to be a part of this sector either, with the IT and data requirements to run such cars meaning that even other service providers have a role to play in this developing technology.

BMW Wants to Build Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles in the Future

Ok, so maybe BMW is not the most renowned electric car manufacturer right now, but that doesn’t mean that the company isn’t planning to invest more in this business, which is likely to become very competitive in the future. Recent reports suggest that the German automaker is planning to put together a research and development team that would include both experts in artificial intelligence and highly skilled engineers. Obviously, the project will rely on some heavy hiring in order to achieve its goals, especially since the company wants to achieve a software engineer count up to a 50:50 spread when compared to the rest of its employees.

Sadly, since there aren’t enough qualified individuals in Germany that could fill these roles, BMW is looking to partner up with other firms in order to occupy these positions. BMW wants to create “the most intelligent car,” and it’s probably safe to assume that we’re talking about an autonomous vehicle. This initiative will only be successful if the company brings in people versed at working with cloud computing and storage outfits, but it’s also worth keeping in mind that those who will partner up with BMW could end up benefiting greatly as well. That’s because the automaker plans to license its electric drivetrains to manufacturers that wouldn’t be able to develop their own – a sound strategy that could potentially bring in a healthy income stream.

Rolls Royce SUV Anyone?

Well, I did not expect to see this in 2016, Rolls Royce are known for the final word in automotive luxury and this is perfectly conveyed by the companies expensive fleet of vehicles that are transported to international clients. Rolls Royce is synonymous for innovation and if these reports come to fruition, consumers could be feasting their eyes on an SUV edition.

Below is an image to convey this potential vehicle, it’s not exactly subtle, various reports state that it will be named “Cullinan” after a non-carbonado gem-quality diamond and will be limited to 1000 units worldwide.

As for specs, reports suggest it may be “equipped with the Rolls-Royce Phantom V12 engine with the same specifications” as well as a four-wheel drive system which will bring benefits to the overall travel of the vehicle. As for the design, it will be compelling to note both the weight and also handling of this potential saloon considering it will have all the bells and whistles for comfort, I also wonder what the Miles to gallon ratio of fuel will be?

If this vehicle comes to pass then it will be interesting to see both how fast the clientele snaps up this new design and also the types of luxurious locations where they will in doubt be shipped to, you can just imagine someone wrecking it after crashing that front end.

image courtesy of autocarsconcept

Google’s Namechange to Alphabet Might Fail

It looks a lot like Google didn’t do their research properly on their name change before announcing it a few days ago and now it might fail altogether. As it turns out, someone already trademarked the very normal word Alphabet and that company is the German car manufacturer BMW.

BMW has been using the Alphabet name for quite some time on their in-house leasing service as well as other places and it has been trademarked the entire time, so a spokesperson for BMW told Reuters. Google hasn’t contacted BMW to acquire that name either and BMW also assures that they don’t have any interest to sell the name to the electronic search giant. BMW’s Alphabet site is currently offline based on traffic generated by Google’s news on the new name.

Google can now either take the whole issue to court and fight for the right to use the name, but that will most likely be a pointless endeavor. Two companies using the same name isn’t a problem unless they operate in the same field, and Google operates a car business, just as BMW does. What the outcome will be is something that only time can tell us, but I’m sure that these aren’t easy days for Larry Page and his team at Google HQ.

Thank You Reuters for providing us with this information

See How the BMW EnLighten App May Help You in Traffic

Traffic lights could become a nightmare in heavy traffic, to the point where you never know if you can send a quick text or take a sip of your morning coffee before the light ahead changes. You always need to keep your eyes peeled and check if the light turns green before the guy behind you honks you to death, or you may never know if that green light will change before you try passing the intersection.

BMW has been working on solving this and came up with the EnLighten app, having it work with participating cities by communicating with the traffic light control system. This means that the app makes use of your phone’s GPS and knows which light you are approaching, then gives you a counter to see how long it will take for the light to change.

However, don’t think that the counter is 100% accurate, so don’t try forcing your luck on that last second. The data is received and processed based on red, amber and green cycles, as well as traffic flow cycles at different times of the day.

While there may be a slight time deviation, the app is still useful in giving drivers a chance to time their arrival at intersections when the light is green, or give them a chance to do something else while waiting at a red light.

The app is currently available on iOS and Android for use in any BMW car and a map of participating cities can be found here.

Thank you Gizmag for providing us with this information

Nokia Finally Found Someone to Buy Their HERE Maps!

It has been a long search for the best buyer, but it seems that Nokia finally found somebody to buy and further develop their HERE Maps technology. As reported previously, it was thought that Microsoft will buy the HERE Maps technology, seeing that it wanted its mobile phone business. However, the recent change in the company led to believe that Microsoft may move away form the smartphone market.

Uber was interested in Nokia’s technology too, offering an outstanding $3 billion for it. But it looks like Nokia did not agree with what Uber had in mind for their technology, so they declined the deal after all. However, recently, there have been some rumours that some German vehicle maunufacturers were interested in the technology too.

Nokia declined to make any comments on the matter, but a new report surfaced and we finally know that the company is close to signing the deal with Audi, BMW and Daimler for $2.71 billion. This is less than what Uber offered, but Nokia did state that it would sell the HERE technology to someone who really has the means of improving it, didn’t they? Besides, the deal seems to be the best offer Nokia is going to get.

Besides, the German manufacturers want to use the high-definition real-time digital maps to help develop self-driving cars and automotive safety systems. On top of that, they also want other vehicle manufacturers to pitch in and help them with their plans. So as far as the details show, Nokia really hit their target on selling the technology for a lot of money and to a company, well companies, who have the means on improving it, don’t you think?

Thank you Android Central for providing us with this information

100% Electric Big Rig Hits German Roads

This week, Europe’s first 100% electric tractor-trailer truck took to the roads in Germany, courtesy of car giant BMW. The 40-ton lorry can travel up to 62 miles per charge in an average of three or four hours and will transport vehicle components, including shock absorbers, springs, and steering systems, across two miles, seven times a day, within the city of Munich.

The vehicle was developed by BMW in conjunction with German automotive service provider the SCHERM Group, and is based on a model from Dutch truck manufacturer Terberg. The rig is advertised as “CO2-free, quiet and generates almost no fine particle pollution.” It will save up to 11.8 tons of carbon dioxide per year, compared to a standard diesel engine truck.

The quantity of greenhouse gasses emitted by goods transportation vehicles is set to surpass that of passenger vehicles on a global scale by 2030, while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) calculates that medium-to-heavy-duty vehicles account for around 25% of greenhouse gas emissions and oil use in the US, so efforts such as BMW’s electric truck to reduce CO2 effusions are very welcome.

Jürgen Maidl, head of logistics at BMW Group, said, “With this project we will gain valuable information on what will be possible with electric trucks in the future for city logistics.”

Thank you Think Progress for providing us with this information.

You Can Now Use Your Hyundai Car Features From Your Apple Watch

Hyundai is keeping up with the times and trying to make your car interaction experiences more impressive than ever. Earlier this year, it launched the Android counterpart, allowing users to interact with their Hyundai cars from Android devices. Now the company has shifted its focus on the latest gadget on the market, namely the Apple Watch.

Hyundai launched the Blue Link car platform on the App Store, offering all features previously showcased in the Android version. Therefore, you can start and stop the engine with just a tap, remotely lock the car’s doors and even find your car on the map. The latter are just a few examples of what the Blue Link app allows you to do, but the best part of it is the Siri integration, where you are able to interact with your car through voice commands.

Hyundai’s Blue Link app for iOS is said to be compatible with all of its cars that have the Blue Link feature. However, the approach is not that uncommon. BMW has a similar app called BMW Remote App that lets you pretty much do the same things Hyundai’s app does, while Volkswagen and Porsche apps are also available for you to make the most out of your driving experience.

The question here is, will you as a driver prefer to interact with your car from your watch or through voice commands, or do you prefer to just keep your keys in your pocket as usual?

Thank you TheVerge for providing us with this information

Image courtesy of RushLane

Volkswagen Now Offering Apple Watch App

The Apple Watch has been available to consumers for a little while now and we’ve seen how resilient they are when faced with the likes of a blender and tattoos; not very well is the answer if you didn’t click the links. It was only a matter of time before we started seeing an influx of apps pop up from various sources, but the automotive sector was one I was least expecting.

Porsche and BMW have already created apps for the wrist hugger and it doesn’t involve vibrations every few seconds when you’ve done another mile. I’m still a little confused if this is to actually benefit consumers or if they want to ride the hipster fame wave.

Volkswagen’s offering is very similar to the Porsche app, it will allow the Car-Net to sync with the watch so you have key car information pop up on your arm.

“Need to remotely lock/unlock your doors? You can do it from your Apple Watch. Want to check the fuel level or charge status? You can do it from your wrist. Need to set up a speed or boundary alert? No need to pull the phone from your pocket or purse.”

You can already do all of this with the current iOS app, but now you don’t have to dig into your pocket to check the charge so you can avoid the high potential of dropping it; the expensive paperweight seems to be making itself useful. The Volkswagen Car-Net app will be available in the Watch app store if you want to download it.

Do you own or plan on owning an Apple Watch? Would you use an app like this to monitor your car? Let us know in the comments.

Thank you to MotorAuthority for providing us with this information.

BMW i3 Turn ATM

It’s not every day you hear of a car being made into a mobile ATM, the whole idea of an ATM is to take the human interaction out of getting you money; now you need a driver to deliver money to you.

It is currently being used to roam the streets of Warsaw to aid pedestrians in urgent cash withdrawals via a mobile app. The mobile app sends data to the driver, who then drives to that person to offer the service; today I find that I am never more than 100 meters from an ATM, so this would be pointless especially in a city environment. The idea could work well for more rural areas where ATM’s are few and far between.

I see one serious flaw with this, the BMW i3 isn’t exactly an understated car and with an ATM and branding all over it; it is sure to get some attention. What if a group of thieves decide they want to make a withdrawal in a lesser part of town, easy pickings. Yes, the app might be monitored, but how easy could it be to steal a phone, pressure someone to do it for them or even buy a cheap phone with an alias and get it that way.

In all honesty, I’m surprised anyone still uses physical money, the last time I used cash to buy anything was around 6 months ago. How do you think this would end up if it was implemented where you live? Let us know in the comments

BMW i3 Electric Car Can be Bought on Amazon

Amazon may sell a lot of things, but cars are just not made for e-commerce. At least, that is what people think. It seems that the company is now selling the BMW i3 electric vehicle, making it the first car available on the site.

The car has been spotted on the Japanese branch of Amazon, coming in a special page designed for BMW and its i3. If you would like to take a look, you can find the car’s Amazon webpage here. It looks like when an order is placed, customers will receive a call from a BMW representative in just two days who will ask for documents, including if the customer has a parking space and access to an EV charging station.

BMW and Amazon are told to have formed the partnership in order to reach out to customers who do not have access to a BMW dealership near them. Is this the future of car e-commerce for other brands as well?

Thank you NextPowerUp for providing us with this information

BMWs April Fools Ad Was No Joke – Woman Walks Away With Free Car!

April Fools was as crazy as ever, but some clever marketing boffin at BMW New Zealand decided to turn the tables on the traditional pranks, with their own reverse prank; they gave away a brand new BMW!

The news paper ad had prank written all over it, telling readers of the Herald news paper that if they took the news paper clipping into the dealership and asked for “Tom”, they could trade their old car (any car) for a brand new BMW. Of course, as you already know, they weren’t kidding around and when Tiaana Marsh from Auckland, New Zealand, walked into the dealership and sheepishly asked for Tom, she got exactly what she was promised.

Perhaps she was going to look at a car that day anyway and figured it couldn’t hurt to take the news paper clipping with her, I bet she’s glad she did.

Credit to BMW for some slick marketing on this one, I bet a few people who passed the ad off as a joke and now kicking themselves, really hard.

Thank you Mashable for providing us with this information.

Test Driving NVIDIA Powered BMW’s at GTC 2015

GTC 2015: Anyone who knows me well will know that I’m a BMW fanboy through and through and though I’ve never been a fan of the i3 in terms of styling, I was pretty intrigued in terms of performance and features, especially when you consider that NVIDIA are at the heart of the electronics inside the car. So at NVIDIA’s GTC 2015 event, I went out for a little spin in the car with a good friend of mine at the wheel.

Inside the car, it’s pretty compact but still sports a lot of room due to their being no need for a transmission of any kind. I wasn’t a massive fan of the lack-luster wood effect dashboard, but I’m sure plenty of people will like the quirky styling.

The doors open in a weird fashion but even in the rear there is plenty of room for full-sized adults.

Viewing from the rear, you can see the space-age style front seats which grip you nice and comfortably as you pass along the road.

Under the boot lining, you can see some of the makeup of the electric car’s internals.

NVIDIA steps in with a nice little instrument cluster sporting a whole host of colours and styles.

From the drivers seat, it’s actually a really nice place to be with everything within close reach.

The steering wheel in typical BMW fashion is comfortable and has plenty of buttons. Behind the wheel, you’lll find the gear shifter taking you from “Drive” to “Neutral” to “Reverse”.

In the centre of the dash, we find a HUGE screen which gives us access to the iDrive system for music, navigation and much more.

When powered on, you can see both screens illuminated.

Very similar to the current iDrive system in the non-electric BMW’s on the market, it’s fluid and easy to navigate thanks to the NVIDIA technology behind it.

You can also see the simple yet effective controls below the screen for heating and audio.

I personally test drove the new BMW X6 3.5 litre beast and while I didn’t get many photos, I managed to snap a few of it driving away after I’d had my turn. It was fully kitted out and drove like an absolute dream.

Sadly I was in awe of its sheer performance and features, so was too wrapped up in driving it that these are the only photos that came out well.

And there she goes!

BMW Give Samsung VR Test Drives at CeBIT 2015

The wind in your hair, the roar of the exhaust, the trip to the hospital when you skid your knee… this setup has none of that. The BMW booth at CeBIT 2015 has gone virtual, putting Samsung VR headsets on riders, letting them sit on the throne of a new BMW bike and experience the sights and sounds of the new bike. While this isn’t a replacement for a real test-drive, it’s a great way of quickly exploring the options a bike offers, more so than simply looking at it in a showroom. This could a be a great way to learn more about each vehicle before you decide which one you really want to take out on the road and, of course, which one you would want to buy.

It was also pretty funny watching people ride bikes without going anywhere, like a grown up version of the kids rides they have in shopping centers.

Is BMW Building a Car With Apple?

German magazine Auto Motor und Sporthas reported that Apple and BMW are in close talks over building a car together. They say that the companies are interested in developing the BMW i3 as an Apple-designed vehicle. They also say that Apple is developing an operating system for the car and that they plan to sell it through Apple Stores.

BMW, on the other hand, has denied the claims. In a statement to Reuters, they said that they are not working with Apple on developing a car.

“The BMW spokesman said: ‘We are in regular talks with companies from the IT and telecommunications sector, including Apple, concerning topics like connected vehicles. Developing or building a car is not a topic of these discussions.'”

While Apple may not be building a car with BMW, they could certainly be collaborating on the in-car infotainment systems. Apple has CarPlay, a system that integrates with a number of new BMW vehicles. It could be the case that they are working together on a more integrated and taylor-made system, but this is not yet clear.

This rumour is one of many recently that suggest that Apple could be building a car. Credible reports from both The Wall Street Journal and Reuters have said that the company is hard at work on one, but these claims have been disputed by some. It’s been suggested that these rumours are fake, but that they’re being ‘leaked’ intentionally by Apple in an effort to keep investors happy. Others have also said that Apple would be stupid to build a car and that they probably won’t release one.

The same things were said about the iPhone. At the time, many said that Apple wouldn’t possibly want to enter the phone business, thanks to its low margins and tough competition. Considering how wrong those people were, it wouldn’t at all be surprising if Apple really did build a car.

Source: Auto Motor und Sport Via: MacRumors

The Bolt, Chevrolet’s Claim to Green Fame

Electric vehicles (EVs) are slowly becoming the norm in today’s society. It all started off with the hybrid Toyota Prius back in the late 2000’s, but now it seems every manufacturer and their brother makes EVs or at least a hybrid. The newest kid on the block is Chevrolet with the “Bolt”. This particular model is to directly compete against Tesla and their future commercially affordable “Model 3”.

Chevrolet first presented this at January’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It was brought as a concept, but Alan Batey, president of GM North America, states that the interest from the public has convinced them to bring the car into production with estimated launch of 2017.

Details are still a little thin on the ground, but released figures show the car will sell for around $30,000 and have a plentiful range of around 200 miles on a single charge; much better than the BMW i3 which would also be in the running for the EV town car title.

Chevrolet is not only looking at producing possibly one of the greenest cars to date, but production will also take place at on of the most economical production plants; based at GM’s Orion Assembly near Detroit, powered by gas from nearby landfills and boosted by a 350 kW solar array.

Full details on the Bolt can be found here.

Thanks to Chevrolet for providing this information

BMW Car Can’t Crash at Low Speeds

BMW has been showing off its latest and greatest tech at CES, including this – a car that cannot crash at low speeds. Now you might think that at low speeds what’s the point of a car not being able to crash – surely it’s more important at higher speeds? Well this is more about parking and preventing annoying dings and dents.

The car utilises a number of sensors to prevent any collisions around the entire circumference of the vehicle, stopping it just inches away from any obstacle. That thing about inches is good too, since you don’t exactly want to be stopping every 5 seconds when you’re trying to park.

But really it’s not just about dings and dents; this will prove very valuable in the safety of young children, who could be hard to spot when walking behind a moving a vehicle. The car can also park itself – something becoming increasingly common these days, but this one can do it via a smartwatch!

The Verge has produced this really great video showing some of the car’s features.

Source: The Verge

BMW and Tesla in “Talks”

Reuters reports that Elon Musk has been in talks with BMW over possible collaboration in the design of batteries and other components.

The talks have taken place between the Chief Executive of Tesla Elon Musk and BMW executives. Musk is supposedly interested in working with BMW on lightweight body parts and battery technologies.

“We are talking about whether we can collaborate in battery technology or charging stations,” Musk was quoted as saying in the interview.

Although, a spokesperson later said that the talks were “informal” and not indicative of an official collaboration between the two companies.

BMW has shown an increased interest in electric cars after recently releasing its first mass-produced EV, the BMW i3 full electric vehicle.

Source: Business Insider

BMW 3D Printing Augmented Thumbs To Make Their Workers Stronger

While it is still a far cry from the augments we see in games such as Dues Ex, German car manufacturer BMW are using 3D printers to augment their car-plant workers. They’re creating special hand covers that give their workers augmented thumbs, making their hand stronger, something that benefits both BMW and the worker.

The 3D printed thumb support helps by reducing strain, allowing workers to fit certain car parts with greater ease and less chance of hurting themselves. Each thumb is specially created using a custom orthotic device and a portable 3D camera that measures the unique shape and size of each workers thumb, ensuring they get the perfect fit every time. The thumb guard is built up from thermoplastic polyurethane, a mixture of hard plastic and soft silicone that is formed using a 3D printing technique known as Selective Laser Sintering.

The cover locks into position when the thumb is raised, meaning it can’t move any further back and offers support through to the wrist, allowing a greater force to be applied without harm. This is thanks to the locking top panels that fold over themselves much.

The early trials have proved “very positive” with workers, prompting BMW to look into further augmented apparel for their worker to help boost productivity and prevent pain and injury to their workforce.

Thank you Guardian for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of Guardian.

Industry Giants Google And Apple Consider Expanding To The Automobile Industry

The car industry has quickly caught the attention of both Apple and Google. After fiercely competing with each other in smartphone, web browser, and tablet markets, both the companies are now working with leading car manufacturers to develop in-car entertainment and information systems.

Google and German automaker Audi AG are said to be working together on Android based in-car infotainment systems and they plan to announce their partnership at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week. The Google announcement is being seen as the answer to Apple’s “iOS in the car” initiative, which was launched in June at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). As part of the initiative, Apple is developing technology to integrate iPhones with car’s dashboard control panels. Apple is said to be collaborating with BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Honda Motors for their projects.

In terms of tech features, while Apple is going for the iPhone attachment to the car, Google is taking to a more embedded approach and is working on integrating the Android OS with the car’s dashboard. According to the report, 80 million new cars and light trucks are sold every year. Quite clearly, the market has huge potential and this is the reason Apple and Google are trying hard to penetrate it. The concept of smart cars has also opened the doors for leading chip-makers like Qualcomm, Intel, and Nvidia, to enter the car business.

Thank you Tech Report for providing us with this information

TteSports Level 10M PC Gaming Headset Review

Introduction


Today we have something very special in the eTeknix office, the much anticipated and hyped Level 10 M headset from TteSports. This is special headset in many ways, not only because it is one of the flapship models for TteSports, but that it was also designed as part of Thermaltakes collaboration with BMW DesignworksUSA. Those of you who keep an eye on this sort of thing will know that this isn’t the first BMW / Thermaltake product to hit the market, the first being the Level 10M Mouse last year.

TteSports are at the top of their game right now, their gaming peripherals are winning awards around the world and they’ve won a nice handful of them from us here at eTeknix for their great performance and competitive pricing. They’re still busy supporting eSports and LAN gaming and their own gaming teams are doing well too. Exclusive products such as the Level 10M range are just another feather in their cap.

“The Level 10 M gaming headset is the next iteration of the Thermaltake collaboration with BMW DesignworksUSA, maintaining the tradition of iconic design found in the products before it. Employing elements of open spaced architecture and geometric modularity, the Level 10 M headset is a beautiful merger of form and function: designed to meet the stringent demands gamers’ have in a headset, without looking out of place for everyday use. The headset comes with a set of PC gaming cables as well as mobile headset cable.” – TteSports

The headset its self packs some nice specifications, the model we are looking at today is the Diamond Black edition, although it is also available in white. Connectivity is provided by 3.5mm and USB, which can go to both mobile or PC. 40mm drivers, 3.0 meter cable, in-line controller and noise cancelling technology to name but a few. So enough of the specifications, lets take a closer look at what the Level 10M has to offer.

The box is really nicely designed, featuring plenty of images of the headset on the exterior.

Around the back and the side of the box we have a quick run down of some of the major features, these include the aluminium base construction, microphone design and the bilateral USB connectivity.

Under the slip cover we find a presentation box with headset logo in the centre and a small red fabric pull tab.

The box folds out to display a small components box at the front with the headset behind it.

The top tray lifts out fairly easily, behind which we get our first proper look at the headset, so far everything is looking pretty good.

In the small component box and behind the headset we found a few extras. This includes a headset to dual 3-pole 3.5mm jack plug cable and a headset to 4-pole single 3.5mm cable, as well as a really nice quality protective carry pouch for the headset and cables.

Both cables feature a high quality black and red braiding that keeps with the colour theme of the headset, as well as the matching jack plug moulds. There is a small in-line controller that features a small master mute switch for the microphone as well as a simple volume wheel on one side. The other cable features no in-line controller, but since this is used for hooking the headset up to a mobile device, you would likely just use integrated controls on your mobile.

The in-line controller features a soft black finish on one side, flip it over and we see a stylish chrome effect plastic that adds a little touch of style to the device.

All the jack plugs are durable, compact and clearly labelled and colour coded.

Thermaltake and Tt eSports Level 10 Headset Unveiling at CeBIT 2013

Thermaltake and Tt eSports announce the latest addition to the Level 10 product range with the Level 10 headset at CeBIT 2013. While we had an interview with Tony Liu from Tt eSPORTS, this video below is the full presentation that the general public got to see.

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Please note parts of this video are in English and German.