CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
Android Auto is Google's new system for integrating Android phones with car dashboards, unveiled at its I/O 2014 keynote.
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The HL-2270DW not only prints on both sides of a sheet of paper, but also prints without wires (thanks to built-in Wi-Fi).
Don't expect to see any other version of Google's three new platforms. Project Ara is targeting this fall for a release and a sniper uses Android based goggles.
There's a lot of misinformation swirling about regarding Android Auto and how it will let you control your apps from the driver's seat without getting distracted. Let's clear that up.
Google's going after your car's dashboard in a big way this year with Android Auto, facing off with Apple's CarPlay in a battle of dashboard supremacy. There are four cars on the show floor at Google I/O this year, and we climbed into one to get you a full walk-through of the system.
The new Android Auto system appears to make navigation, powered from the phone and projected to the dashboard, easier by integrating voice control.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, the company reveals its new interface for Android in the car. The new software will integrate with your smartphone and also give voice control over mapping and messaging in the car. Twenty-five automakers will support Android Auto at launch.
The next Android L release hits the road with the announcement of the Android Auto interface for cars.
Rockstar Games' 2013 megahit is coming to the latest gaming hardware with a graphical upgrade and the ability to transfer your progress from current consoles.
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