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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Bop.fm, an aggregator of online music services that makes permanent links to songs and playlists, now can embed a player for a song list into any site.
YouTube tweaks its interface and simplifies how to handle your playlist habits, whether you want to keep track of your own or follow those from your favorite musicians.
Use this easy tip to listen to the songs you've identified with the Google Sound Search widget.
You can quickly create a playlist based off the song that is playing in iTunes, as opposed to doing so from a selection in your iTunes library.
A competition to create the Ultimate Urban Utility Bike inspires a sweet, high-tech ride that improves on the urban biking experience.
Claim other playlists on YouTube as your own with a simple Web app that requires no more than a quick copy and paste to get the job done.
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.