Heads up, valet drivers: Get saucy with the clientele’s new Corvette, and you might get caught red-handed. Prod the skinny pedal at your own peril.
Everyone likes a smooth Bluetooth pairing experience. No one like a Bluetooth fight. So Pioneer figured out this novel approach. Rather than cue up the head unit, go into the iPhone, find the Settings, make sure that the head unit hasn’t left the pairing sequence while you were digging thru the iPhone, find the car more »
Calling it “the taxi app version of ding-dong ditch,” CNN says Uber employees booked and then canceled more than 5,000 rides from rival Lyft since October.
The 2015 updates to the Dodge Charger Pursuit should make its interior technology even more impressive than a 2013 Charger Pursuit I drove this year.
A lot of praise has been heaped on the new Subaru Starlink infotainment/connectivity systems. Sometimes, not so much. However, Subaru is making it easier for the end user to access apps via the Clarion Smart Access platform.
Ford announced the first official automaker app developer conference will be at Super Mobility Week in Los Angeles, CA September 8-11.
What if you could make MirrorLink work backwards? In effect, that’s what Garmin has done for pilots of general aviation aircraft.
The lilliputian Fiat 500 may be the real-life counterpart to Luigi in the Disney “Cars” movies, but the Fiat 500L is just plain Euro weird — in a good way.
Kenwood saying ‘Who needs CarPlay?’ We can give that functionality even better without phone contraints…
Pioneer and Alpine had recently made their forays into Apple’s CarPlay in the aftermarket. Kenwood is going with a different approach. They prefer using their aftermarket unit’s horsepower. Coupled to Siri in, it gives drivers more features and flexibility compared to the constraints of working within the CarPlay sandbox. After all, what if you got more »
Ford launched its Innovate Mobility Challenge last week, offering developers a chance to solve a localized transportation-related problem and win some cash.
This infographic shows what several industry pundit-types think will be our autonomous vehicle future. I’ll be the one resisting the tide.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has set a formal timetable for adoption of technology that could make autonomous vehicles a real thing on the highways of the globe.