If you're looking for a decent in-dash GPS navigation system that can support digital audio and video, then the Kenwood DDX8019 could be the product for you. If GPS navigation isn't your first priority, however, there are more user-friendly media players on the market.
The guys over at Sound Man are back at it again with a second in-dash iPad installation that is both removable and utilizes the vehicle's current stereo.
The Kenwood DDX8019 supports a wide range of media, including USB digital audio and DivX video. An add-on Garmin module provides GPS navigation that is a pleasure to use.
Kenwood releases the Excelon DDX8019
We've got pictures of a hot adaptation of 'Dance Dance Revolution', photos of the sleek and shiny Nokia N76, and shots of the HTC Touch, a potential rival to the iPhone.
The e-business software seller has agreed to purchase the XML software company for about $24 million in cash.
Amazon.com has tapped eXcelon to help speed up the information buyers and sellers exchange for its "marketplace business," the companies said Tuesday. eXcelon is providing the software to enable real-time updates of inventory availability so that a buyer has better information on what a seller has in stock. Amazon's marketplace enables individuals and companies to sell used goods right next to the new goods Amazon sells. The software will reduce Amazon's costs because it can be used on Amazon's HP Linux servers, eXcelon said.
The integration software specialist plans on Monday to announce a partnership with iWay Software that it hopes will boost its standing in the integration software niche.