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

sev.monster 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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