From bare bones to econo-boxes to vehicles that offer terrific value for money, affordable cars are a huge segment.
Sirius XM portable tuners that support more radio stations, better recording capabilities, and on-demand programming are coming to market just in time for holiday shopping. But when can you listen to Satellite 2.0 in your car?
An auto manufacturer is expected to integrate the next-generation Satellite 2.0 radio in vehicles in 2012 for the 2013 model year.
Sirius XM will release Satellite 2.0 radio this fall, according to a source close to the company. The next generation of the satellite radio service will feature time-shift recording capabilities, increased storage for portable hardware devices, and on-demand content channels.
Antuan catches hell for his review of the Mustang Boss 302, we tell you where to get Satellite Radio 2.0, and we ponder potential problems with direct injection engines.
Antuan catches flack for his review of the Mustang Boss 302, a listener sticks up for satellite radio 2.0, and we explore some of the weaknesses of direct injection on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Could SIRIUS XM end the battle between internet and satellite radio before it starts with recording devices in vehicles and satellite radio 2.0?
At GSMA 2008 Mobile World Congress, Nokia shows off the beta version of Nokia Maps 2.0 with new features such as pedestrian mode and satellite imagery.
Satellite TV and Internet access provider Hughes Electronics reported fourth-quarter revenue of $2.28 billion on an operating loss of $179 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. In the year-ago quarter, the operator of DirecTV generated revenue of $2.06 billion on a loss of $121 million. The company expects revenue of between $2.0 billion and $1.95 billion in the first quarter, compared with $1.89 billion the company posted in last year's first quarter. On the bright side, Hughes' DirecTV satellite unit grabbed 405,000 more customers in the fourth quarter to bring its total subscribers to 10.7 million from the 9.5 million customers attained at the end of last year's quarter. The company is also seeking to merge with rival satellite TV provider EchoStar Communications, a union that faces considerable antitrust scrutiny from government regulators.