Intel has come up with their vision of the future cars which they called Connected Cars. The Connected Cars will record your driving like the speed, steering, brake etc. In the even of an accident or something like that the car will sent those information to the Police and Insurance Company.
Volvo previewed its all new rear seat entertainment system, called the RSEi-500 at the Chicago Auto Show. This unique entertainment system, RSEi-500 is basically a touchscreen media PC having 500 GB hard drive and is powered by Windows XP. It sports fully customized navigation interface displaying cover art and other details. Sprint’s Overdrive provides always-on internet … Continue reading Volvo’s new rear seat entertainment system runs on Windows XP
While various car manufacturers were demonstrating their latest developments that used mobile phone’s connectivity to provide internet access inside the car, Alcatel-Lucent and Toyota were playing at different level altogether. Alcatel-Lucent and Toyota had jointly revamped a Prius and equipped it with a dedicated LTE / 4G connectivity from Verizon.
South Korean automobile behemoth KIA is all set to jazz up its upcoming products by loading them with hi-tech gizmos, previews of which was shown at the CES. Top on the list is Kia’s brand new in-car infotainment system UVO (yoUr VOice), co-developed with Microsoft. UVO is Kia’s answer to Ford’s Sync and we found … Continue reading KIA previews UVO, its take on Ford’s Sync [CES 2010]
At the CES 2010 Ford introduced the improvised Sync app using which you can check your Twitter, listen to Internet radio, check movie times and get free maps with turn-by-turn directions, using Sync’s voice commands or the 8-inch color touch-screen in the dashboard as shown above. All this is available in Ford’s cars shipping this … Continue reading Ford’s Sync app brings interactive internet into cars