Magellan is best known for its navigation systems, but the tech company’s latest gadget will provide access to connected-car features like Bluetooth and music streaming to cheaper vehicles. Continue Reading...
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The next generation of vehicular infotainment technology is here. Hyundai has become the first OEM to launch Android Auto, an exciting new computing system that puts the power of Google right in your vehicle’s dashboard. Continue Reading...
Mopar has redesigned the suite of FCA Owners Apps with new enhancements for vehicle owners. Continue Reading...
Hyundai has become the first automaker to offer Google’s Android Auto in-car infotainment system in their 2015 Sonata sedan. Continue Reading...
Supplier company Continental may hold the “keys” to future driving thanks to two different technologies under development. Continue Reading...
While other automakers are hesitant about getting in bed with Google, GM is pressing on and is looking to deliver an Android-based infotainment system in their new cars as soon as 2016. Continue Reading...
After a good decade and a half in-vehicle infotainment is still something of a mess. Practically every automaker has taken its own approach to implementing advanced connectivity technology. And just like freshly fallen snowflakes no two solutions are alike. Continue Reading...
Android Auto is the latest product from Google that’s designed as an alternative to CarPlay but for Android users. Similar to the Apple infotainment solution, Android Auto will use your Android smartphone to enable apps and extra features while driving. Continue Reading...
Smartphone apps can be social and helpful, but GM China is working on one that’s just plain creepy. Continue Reading...
Google announced a partnership today with four automakers and chipmaker Nvidia. Continue Reading...
Audi and Google are expected to announce a partnership next week at the Consumer Electronics Show that will see the two companies work together on next-generation infotainment systems. Continue Reading...
Google Glass has been rules an official no-no for drivers in the U.K. before becoming commercially available. Continue Reading...
Lodging official complaints about your car just got easier. Continue Reading...
Nissan and Infiniti dealerships are turning to a new app called RPM Mobile to make lease returns quicker, easier, and more convenient for their customers. Continue Reading...
Mustang fans armed with an Android or Apple mobile device can now take advantage of the Ford’s car configurator on the go, pitting them against other enthusiasts. Continue Reading...
It may be a little early to be shopping for Christmas, but Desk Pets has released its CarBot which allows users to fully control the toy car with an Apple iOS device, or an Android-powered device. Continue Reading...
Adding convenience and confidence to the used car buying experience, today Carfax announced a mobile app for Android users. Continue Reading...
The latest version of Palmer Performance Engineering’s DashCommand app was just released and promises to improve on previous versions by pairing with Pioneer’s AppRadio 2 device, though the entire setup is very expensive. Continue Reading...
The New Jersey branch of the American Civil Liberties Union has teamed up with app developer OpenWatch to offer a new ‘Police Tape’ app for free, allowing users to secretly record video and/or audio during a police stop. Continue Reading...
We’ve seen some pretty silly car sound apps in our time, but oh boy… this one might have just taken the top spot on our list. Continue Reading...
If the Porsche Design Blackberry wasn’t exotic enough for you, there may be a new smartphone that suits your highly distinguished tastes. Lamborghini is going to be offering some devices that carry the exotic Italian brand’s eye-popping prices. Continue Reading...
In order to attract buyers, car manufacturers have had to ramp up the amount of technology offered in their cars. Infotainment systems do a lot, like help navigate, set cabin temperature, adjust audio settings and more, but they tend to be a neat party trick, falling short in real-world use. Continue Reading...
Gentlemen, start your felines. In a hilarious marketing campaign, the developers behind the XLR8 app that makes acceleration noises as you drive, strapped an iPhone to their kitty and sent it running. Continue Reading...
There’s also two different modes: Automatic, which measures the acceleration of your car and Manual, which allows you control and adjust the engine by hand. You can also control shift points and gear ratios to deliver the exact sensation you want. Continue Reading...