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After reportedly dragging its feet, BlackBerry admits, yes, QNX in cars, equipment suffers from BadAlloc bug Bronze badge

Many of them likely didn't have microprocessors, or at least didn't utilize a complex instruction set, so that's likely :)

My point was just that OP should have quantified what kind of vehicle-bound computer he wasn't fond of. I assume I would get an agreement with the statement that infotainment, wireless connectivity, and other such gubbins have no place in a car, but that critical low-level stuff like timing control modules (and similar modules that handle and are only able to handle one specific task) are good.

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