This is the first year for AutoGuide.com covering the Consumer Electronics Show. This year, as expected, automobiles had a huge presence at the show. Continue Reading...
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In the latest of an ongoing series of technical briefings Ford showcased some of the advanced technology going in the brand-new 2015 Mustang. Some high-end driver-assistance features will be made available for the first time in addition to a host of new standard equipment. Continue Reading...
Ford will be releasing a free update to current 2010 and newer vehicle owners that will allow them to take advantage of the American automaker’s AppLink system. Continue Reading...
Ford owners whose cars are equipped with the brand’s Sync AppLink system will now be able to access Spotify, an online music streaming service, through their cars. Continue Reading...
Now more than ever, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is laden with car companies demonstrating what’s to come for in-car tech. Of the brands at the show, Ford seems to have its head above the crowd. Continue Reading...
Among all the new tablets and smartphones at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Vegas are a few cars, and Ford knows that it needs apps to grab the attention of younger, ‘connected’ car-buyers. Continue Reading...
In an effort to improve its mobile device integration, Ford is hosting the second annual AppLink Developer Challenge pitting 10 teams against each other to develop the most car-friendly app. Continue Reading...
Like an evolution of the Groupon concept, the new ROXIMITY App can alert you of realtime deals nearby and thanks to its addition to Ford’s SYNC AppLink, it can do even more – as you drive. Continue Reading...
Tech addicts, the 2011 Ford Fiesta may be your next car. (Just as long as you don’t own an Apple iPhone, ’cause it’s not supported yet.) SYNC, the in-car technology platform developed by Microsoft in partnership with Ford, will soon allow for third-party cell phone applications to be controlled by voice commands and in-car controls…. Continue Reading...