infotainment systems

Infotainment System Winners and Losers – The Short List

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Here’s what the AutoGuide.com Editors think are the best and worst infotainment systems today. Continue Reading...

Will Your Next Car Have a Digital Instrument Cluster?

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Digital gauge clusters are more than just a replacement for the analogue dials we’re used to. Continue Reading...

Looking Into the Future of Automotive Infotainment

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Welcome to Tech Tuesday, our new series that explains and exposes the high tech features in today’s new cars. For our inaugural post, we’re not just looking at what technology is in cars today; instead we’re looking ahead to the future of in-car infotainment systems. Try almost any modern infotainment system. Most feel like they’re… Continue Reading...

QNX Shows Tech Filled CLA45 AMG, Kia Soul at CES

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Anyone who argues that automobiles are lagging behind when it comes to technology will be blown away by these two cars from QNX, which are on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  Continue Reading...

Infotainment Issues Going Unreported: Consumer Reports

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The latest 2013 reliability study from Consumer Reports (CR) revealed once again that many folks are unhappy with their in-car infotainment systems, and the issue may be even bigger than the study suggests.  Continue Reading...

Ford Shows off New Apps at 2013 CES

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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...

GM Hires Infotainment Specialists to Train Dealers

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General Motors is deploying a team of 25 young and tech-savvy customer specialists to dealerships nationwide in order to help owners get the most out of the automaker’s new Cugeneration of infotainment systems. Continue Reading...

Next-Gen Infotainment System Previewed by QNX

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A new platform for in-car entertainment is ready to hit the market, based on the latest software from Research in Motion (RIM) subsidiary, QNX.  Continue Reading...
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