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April 10, 2014
What Microsoft's Takeover of Your Car Will Look Like
from Mashable
Microsoft gave developers a close up and personal look at its plans for Windows at last week's Build conference . Buried amid all the excitement around Cortana and...... more »
TomTom launches in-car High Speed Multi-Charger for up to three devices
from NDTV
TomTom has launched its new in-car High Speed Multi-Charger for the Indian market. The TomTom High Speed Multi-Charger is now available at physical and online retailers at Rs. 1,690. The new...... more »
[In-Car Tech] Audi says iPad use leading to more "digitized experience" for car shoppers
from Technology Tell
Audi sales professionals reportedly are adopting the automaker’s suite of sales tools widely. (Photo courtesy Audi) We told you how Audi planned to implement iPads in its showrooms as a tool to...... more »
Watch Windows in the Car, Microsoft’s Version of CarPlay
from Gotta Be Mobile
Microsoft may have not finished battling Apple and Google for control over the smartphone market, but it’s already moving into another key area...... more »
Why The Solution To Safer Driving Is More Legible In-Car Fonts
from PSFK
Even though the average vehicle dashboard is packed with useful information, it turns out that most of it isn’t that easy to read. A new font designed by Carl Crossgrove, a senior type designer at...... more »
[In-Car Tech] Talk about Timely. Metra is releasing a new dash kit for the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
from Technology Tell
Man, just yesterday I was finishing up summing up my experience with the new Mitsubishi Outlander GT  And, in a nutshell, I stated the vehicle had the potential to be a lower-cost Acura MDX sans the...... more »
Outlook: More Drivers Are Tuning in to Pandora
from Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Last week, Pandora released March Audience Metrics that included better-than-expected listener hours. 
... more »
Making that Buzzer Ring
In some retailers, it is a pressure-sensing device under the floor mat near the entrance.  For others, it is an electric beam that gets broken by passing legs.  Sophisticated retailers use cameras with integrated motion sensors.  But whatever the scenario,... more »

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