The Audiovox IPD-UNVBT is physically firm, functionally flexible, and relatively inexpensive mounting option for entertaining rear seat passengers with the tablet that you already own.
The new DDX9902S joins the ranks offering Google and Apple's unique brands of smartphone integration at CES 2015.
The Zubie Connected Car Service keeps good track of the family car and can help people be better drivers, but the lack of fuel economy information is a big miss.
The Streambot Y is a simple yet effective FM transmitter for owners of older cars, but the lack of automatic tuning could be an issue in areas with crowded airwaves.
The Sony MEX-GS600BT's App Remote function is not very useful without a dashboard mount for your phone, but everything else about this full-featured car stereo makes it easily recommendable.
The Aukey Portable Bluetooth Receiver comes with more features than many similar products and a clever means of remotely controlling playback from your phone, but it will involve running wires to a power outlet and an auxiliary input in a car.
For its music, voice command, and phone features, and especially its easy-to-install design, the Kinivo BTC455 is one of the better kits for retrofitting a car with Bluetooth.
For iPhone 4 and 4S lovers, the Pioneer AppRadio 2 is possibly the best aftermarket receiver that money can buy. For Android users, the choice isn't so obvious.
The Gogroove Smartmini BT is a multifunction audio bridge and hands-free calling device that performs only one of those functions particularly well: FM transmission.
The Alpine CDE-141 won't blow you away with bells and whistles, but this entry-level car stereo gets the basics right at a competitive price.
Bracketron gives drivers wanting ready access to a tablet in the car for navigation an easy way to window-mount their devices.
Depending on the position and nature of your car's cup holders, the Satechi SCH-121 Cup Holder Mount is a reasonable alternative to windshield-mounting a tablet.
Google Glass for your helmet sounds good in theory, but in practice it's a bit lacking.
iOmounts' magnet-based iOauto makes mounting a phone in your car easy, but it is an ugly-looking thing, and requires a bright, silver disc on the back of your phone.
This solidly constructed aluminum smartphone holder has a nice finish, but a short mounting arm means difficult in-car positioning.
The Mobile Home's access to Siri is convenient, but its price and lack of features don't make it the best buy in its niche category.
One of the most retro-minded marques in the world of motorcycling has made a big leap into the future with the unveiling of Project LiveWire, its fully-electric concept. We take it for a spin to see if it's something a typical Harley owner might just entertain.
Android Auto is Google's new system for integrating Android phones with car dashboards, unveiled at its I/O 2014 keynote.