Why In-Car Technology is So Bad and Why it’s About to Get a Lot Better

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Why In-Car Technology is So Bad and Why it’s About to Get a Lot Better
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From Bluetooth connectivity to third-party apps, voice control to navigation technology, modern infotainment systems are loaded with features. Continue Reading...

Smartphone Box Brings High-End Features to Low-Cost Cars

Smartphone Box Brings High-End Features to Low-Cost Cars
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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...

Cadillac Introducing CarPlay, Android Auto for 2016

Cadillac Introducing CarPlay, Android Auto for 2016
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Cadillac is upping its infotainment game for the 2016 model year by adding Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to select vehicles as well as improving its much-maligned CUE telematics system. Continue Reading...

Hands-On with Android Auto

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Hands-On with Android Auto
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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...

Abalta Weblink Makes Smartphone Integration Affordable

Abalta Weblink Makes Smartphone Integration Affordable
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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...
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