In developer-speak, UX means “User eXperience,” and General Motors said its OnStar RemoteLink is getting all-new UX for its 1.3 million regular users.
The 2015 Dodge Charger SE I tested a few weeks ago had a humble head unit with a five-inch Uconnect touchscreen that proved itself useful, if not boisterous.
Drivers of Nissans with NissanConnect Mobile Apps are getting three new app integrations: Pandora for iOS, TripAdvisor, and Twitter.
Fiat Chrysler of America has dropped the word on the infotainment in the Fiat 500X, which should be quite similar to the Jeep Renegade we’re all hot about.
Next year, Ford SYNC AppLink 3.0 reportedly will allow drivers to port their favorite navigation apps to the in-dash infotainment screen.
The Infiniti Q50S has the same kind of nearly self-driving technologies that made us fall in love with the Mercedes-Benz S Class earlier this year.
The founder of Zipcar has a new company that is making a play to connect all vehicles for a massive “internet of moving things” experience.
When car meets bicycle, the result can be grim. At 2015 International CES, Volvo said it will show how cars and bicyclists might connect to avoid crashes.
BMW plans to showcase fully autonomous driving technology along with driver interface enhancements and new lighting technology at 2015 International CES.
Think of the BMW ConnectedDrive Store as Google Play for your BMW’s factory infotainment system, where you can buy apps you’d use while driving.
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn thinks he’s got this whole Chicken-or-Egg Conundrum of EV sales all figured out.
It’s almost hard to believe Ford SYNC already is entering its third generation, but the Motor Company unveiled Ford SYNC 3 this week.