Chinese automaker Geely has officially introduced its new brand, Lynk & Co. Continue Reading...
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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...
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...
For millennia man has tried to see into the future. 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...
Where is in-car connectivity going in the future? A group of high-level industry experts weighed in on this pressing question yesterday at Telematics Update Detroit. Continue Reading...
Audi announced today that its in-car 4G LTE service will be offered at two price points. Continue Reading...
General Motors is making a push to modernize its OnStar concierge service starting with handful of 2015 model year vehicles this summer. Continue Reading...
Model S owners will soon have access to improved connectivity features lending greater flexibility to their cars. Continue Reading...
Do social media references and new tech features translate into products that appeal to young car buyers? Nissan hopes so. Continue Reading...
Once upon a time, the only in car entertainment offered was a simple radio. Those days are long gone, with the ubiquity of iPod connectors and Bluetooth devices. And the technology train is not about to stop anytime soon. Germany’s BMW is now working with Korea’s Hyundai, along with some tech companies to bring you… Continue Reading...
The market for smart phones is currently one of the fastest growing in the world, in 2011 sales experienced an increase of some 85 percent year-over-year in the first quarter. Continue Reading...