Redesigned for the 2015 model year, the Ford Edge is a classy-looking crossover with cabin materials that elevate it into premium territory. Engine choices and ride quality emphasize practicality, making it a top crossover if you can ignore the fussy infotainment interface.
With its 2016 Accord, Honda offers a new infotainment system integrating Apple CarPlay and Android Auto into a dual screen layout. Here's what it looks like.
At the Paris Motor Show, Honda showed off its new Honda Connect head unit, an Android OS infotainment system that will roll out in the European versions of the CR-V and Civic.
With so many choices and features in the center head unit, what do we really value? Brian Cooley tells you about some recent research that makes it pretty clear.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET travels to Vietnam to explore how its citizens are beefing up their technical know-how for the digital age.
At its Silicon Valley lab, the automaker unveils its new Accord, with a slightly redesigned front end and LED lighting. But the biggest change is a new infotainment interface featuring rival systems from Apple and Google.
Ford's aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup gains even more premium-car touches and technology for 2016 as automakers race to court luxury-truck buyers.
Acura's smallest car makes a bid for premium status with high-tech driver assistance features, but a confusing infotainment interface and noisy cabin let it down.
Acura's entry level ILX model gets a full suite of driver assistance tech and standard LED headlights, but its infotainment system creates confusion.
Embracing open, cross-platform tech is how we're preparing for a world where everything is a little smarter.