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Parrot CES 2015

Though it was surrounded by an absolute ocean of cool technology at the greater Consumer Electronics Show, French electronics manufacturer Parrot managed to stand out with the diversity and breadth of its booth. It showcased the latest drones, aftermarket vehicle infotainment systems, wireless sport-tracking headphones, and even a smart flower pot. Step through the door and experience Parrot's latest, most innovative products for yourself.  Read More

The Renovo Coupe at CES 2015 (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

California startup Renovo Motors showed off the ageless Shelby body and electric powertrain of its Renovo Coupe at last year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, but it waited until this year's CES to open up the doors to the car's high-tech interior. Now that it has, it's put together all the pieces of an authentically-bodied Shelby with 500-hp electric powertrain and cutting-edge Nvidia Tegra X1-powered infotainment system ... a strange but alluring combination if ever there was one.  Read More

Pioneer's new in-car multimedia systems are the first to feature support for Apple's CarPl...

Apple's CarPlay announcement back in March would have certainly caught the attention of many iPhone-toting drivers. But with the system to be integrated only in selected vehicles, at least initially, it may have left many scratching their head with their free hand. Pioneer has now come to the party, launching three multimedia systems that can be fitted to any vehicle and feature Apple CarPlay to offer smartphone control from behind the wheel.  Read More

Sensus Connect makes use of the 7-inch display and digital dashboard

Volvo announced on Friday that it is offering its Sensus Connect infotainment and On-Call telematics systems and smartphone app standard on every US model, starting with the "2015.5" model year. It claims to be the first automaker to offer such a connected suite as standard across its range, bringing a host of cloud-powered features and services to drivers and passengers.  Read More

Jaguar's InControl infotainment system features an 8-inch touchscreen

Jaguar recently announced the upcoming debut of its new XE, providing teasing pictures of the compact sport sedan's engine and front-end. Now, the manufacturer has released details of the car's new infotainment system, which boasts an 8-inch touchscreen.  Read More

DigiGage's infotainment for elevators

Israeli startup DigiGage has created a display system for elevators that shows images and information moving along with viewers as they go up or down. The system is already being used in several countries, including the US and China.  Read More

Apple CarPlay is a means of bringing iOS to car dashboards

Apple has launched CarPlay, a means of bringing iOS to the car dashboard. CarPlay allows users to access their iPhone's functionality using the dashboard interface in their vehicle. Users will be able to make calls, use maps, listen to music and access messages using voice control.  Read More

Chevrolet is launching an online AppShop its LTE-connected vehicles can access

For years now we've been hearing about the dawn of the age of the "connected car." Today General Motors announced details on how it will be taking the phrase literally with its planned rollout of new models that will come with an optional OnStar 4G LTE connection.  Read More

The new BlueLink app for wearable electronics will let owners control their car more easil...

Hyundai has demonstrated a Google Glassware app that enhances the features of its cloud-based Blue Link remote control and infotainment system. Hyundai's 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan will be the first in the Korean automaker's fleet to take advantage of the new technology designed for users of wearable gadgets, such as Google Glass.  Read More

The Vauxhall Monza Concept will be presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September

When we last looked at the Vauxhall Monza Concept, Vauxhall/Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann hinted at an innovative infotainment technology and new body design. Now the lid has been lifted a bit, and we can see more of the new take on the 70s classic. When the concept is presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month, it will not only have a modular powertrain, but the first LED projection infotainment system fitted in a passenger car.  Read More

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