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.
The maker of luxury cars unveils a four-seater with integrated Siri voice assistant and two iPad Minis in the backseat, as well as a new hybrid-powered supercar with 949 horsepower.
Ford is all set to install its amazeballs Sync infotainment package in European Ford cars from 2012, affording Ford vehicles extensive voice control and rolling Internet access.
The chip giant says it is working to extend consumers' digital lifestyle from home and office to the car.
A Bloomberg report says an upcoming BlackBerry tablet will feature software from QNX, acquired by RIM from Harman International earlier this year.
Garmin gives us a sneak peek at its experimental control scheme for future vehicle infotainment systems.
Freescale, one of the largest makers of automotive silicon, is looking at new ways to integrate smartphones with in-vehicle infotainment systems.
QNX brings an open-platform OS to the game and Research In Motion is looking to advance it in the automotive world.
CNET takes a close look at Dodge's new infotainment center in the 2011 Charger. This new system has an 8.4-inch touch-screen, uses Garmin navigation software, and shows the weather forecast and gas prices.
The next-generation system shows that Mercedes is serious about catching up to its competitors and is shedding its stodgy image.