One of the Samsung Galaxy S4's many new features is S-Voice Drive, a car- and driver-centric voice-command system. We take it for a spin.
At Samsung's Galaxy S4 launch event, CNET got a chance to play around with a new adaptation of Samsung's voice assistant for cars.
Samsung makes a variation on its voice assistant that's meant specifically for cars.
The feature connects users to a car by Bluetooth and lets drivers make calls, send messages, and check the weather with voice commands.
In iOS 6, Siri further outpaces Samsung's S Voice assistant; but "she" still has her brain blips.
The company cannot overlay its own software on Android Wear devices, such as its upcoming Gear Live smartwatch, but will preload certain features and services, executives tell CNET.
Any old phone will play music and make calls, but we've rounded up a few that go above and beyond to offer car-specific functions and features.
Earlier reports claimed Nokia is working on an Android phone, and now we get a peek at the operating system.
Samsung wants to be all things to all people. CNET's Shara Tibken went to South Korea to discover how it does just that.
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