MINI Connected App Updated With New Features

The MINI Connected app has been comprehensively redesigned after five years on the market. With pared-down functionality, it now focuses more heavily on things related to driving.

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GM to Sport Android-Powered Infotainment Systems in 2016

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.

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Mitsubishi Electric Reveals FLEXConnect Infotainment

Not to be mistaken with the Japanese automaker, Mitsubishi Electric has announced its new FLEXConnect infotainment system.

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Watch Apple CarPlay In Action

Hot on the heels of the Apple CarPlay announcement is this video from Volvo, which officially announces the Swedish automakers integration with the system and shows off what the infotainment interface looks like in action.

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QNX Previews Tesla-Sized Touch Screen in a Bentley: 2013 CES

The name of the game at CES is cool new technology, so naturally computer software maker QNX is showing off its latest, oversized, infotainment system in. Not just in any car either, but a Bentley Continental GT Convertible.

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Next Gen Chrysler Uconnect Won't Need a Smartphone

Chrysler has teamed up with Sprint so that its next-generation Uconnect infotainment system won’t need a smartphone to connect to the Internet. 

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Honda Set to Debut Next-Generation HondaLink

This summer, Honda will be showing off its next-generation HondaLink infotainment system, which will debut in the Fit EV.

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Cadillac XTS Gets IPad to Help Navigate CUE Infotainment System

Cadillac is doing everything it can to prepare customers for the launch of its upcoming CUE (Cadillac User Experience) infotainment system. That includes throwing in an iPad with every 2013 Cadillac XTS.

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Automakers Betting on Linux for Future Infotainment Systems

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.

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