Chevy's next-gen MyLink system draws inspiration from smartphones and tablets to make navigating the screen in your dash as easy as the one in your pocket.
When Chevrolet unveiled the 2014 Impala at the New York Auto Show earlier this year, it marked both the rebirth of the classic nameplate and a far less storied name: MyLink. Chevy's in-car infotainment system already appears in a number of 2012 models, but the 2014 Impala will be the first to get a next-gen system that strives for a massive improvement in usability....
Last month I saw a clip of Sarah Silverman on Conan, the Conan O’Brien show, showing off a cool little trick with an iPhone, and it made me laugh ... a lot. [Google it to see the clip; it delves too much into the female anatomy to be discussed here. —Ed.]
The beauty of the iPhone (yeah, I know there are knockoffs—pointing at you, Android lovers) is that it is a device that is greater than the sum of its parts
There’s one thing about car audio that is consistent—it’s fun. The whole experience sometimes has more to do with show than sound. When you get the opportunity to install a system in something other than a car, the challenges can provide a lot of fun indeed.
In my years as an installer, and many years later as a salesperson, I’ve had the pleasure of being involved in a lot of ‘different’ installs.