Chevy Expanding Siri Integration to More Models

Chevrolet is expanding its inventory of vehicles that come with available integration to Apple’s Siri intelligent assistant system.

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Chevrolet Bringing Next-Gen 'MyLink' to LA Auto Show

One of the more promising items Chevrolet plans to showcase during the L.A. Auto Show later this month isn’t a car at all.

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General Motors Files For Trademark on Chevrolet App Shop

It’s no real surprise, but automotive manufacturers are turning into incorporating apps into their infotainment systems and it appears that General Motors wants to be the first to trademark the words “App Shop” and “Appshop” for their Chevy MyLink system.

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2013 Chevy Malibu MyLink System: First Look [Video]

The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is supposed to be the most high-tech car in Chevy’s lineup. And in order to compete with Ford’s Sync, it’s going to be the car that debuts GM’s new MyLink infotainment system.

MyLink will be a touchscreen that features voice activation, Pandora Internet, Stitcher and XM satellite radios, hands-free dialing, USB and MP3 input, and Bluetooth—the sorts of features consumers not only expect these days, but are used to.

The system seems relatively fast and easy to understand, thanks to its 7-inch touchscreen. Consumers can get their hands on MyLink starting next spring, when the new Malibu debuts. Click the jump to see it in action.

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Cadillac To Release Sophisticated Infotainment System For 2013

Cadillac is getting ready to reveal a new infotainment system, and while details are tightly under wraps, the system is expected to be introduced in its 2013 models. Some sources have claimed that the luxury brands infotainment system is far more advanced then what BMW, Mercedes-Benz or Audi has to offer.

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GM MyLink System Announced to Rival Ford's Sync

GM’s MyLink, available starting with the 2012 Chevrolet Volt and Equinox, will offer smartphone charging, Pandora radio streaming, GraceNote music identification, Bluetooth, XM satellite radio, voice activation, OnStar, and USB inputs, in case listening to drive-time radio is too crushing for commuters.

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