At the forefront of the connected-car revolution are online music apps, enabling drivers to listen to the music services they have become accustomed to on the Web or their phones, all using a safe dashboard interface.
Just about every new car comes with a USB port and a Bluetooth audio connection, but many people now listen to music from online sources. Here are the latest automakers to integrate online audio.
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Integrating apps with the car has rapidly become the new frontier of automotive technology. CNET looks at the early efforts of 10 automakers to create app-friendly cars.
The next frontier in car technology is apps. Automakers are just now integrating smartphone apps into their cars, offering familiar services through the car's interface.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has proposed guidelines that would limit driving activities to, well, driving.
CAFE standards are set to double by 2025, a fuel economy mandate which will push automakers to adopt more efficient engines, start-stop hybrids, and hybrids.
Automotive News reports on how automakers struggle to keep car electronics connected with external devices.
The auto industry move to electrification has begun in earnest, bringing consumers a menu of all-electric cars and different hybrid types.
The Combined Charging System, backed by U.S. and German automakers, makes the prospect of charging an EV during a long highway drive or trip to the mall much more realistic.