Alpine ICS-X7HD mirrors smartphone apps in your dashboard Video
Alpine's INA-W900 all-in-one audio-video-navigation receiver brings a simpler, easier to understand interface to the dashboard.
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Kwikset Kevo's smartphone app and electronic deadbolt let you lock and unlock your front door with just your fingertip.
CNET Executive Editor Brian Cooley shows you a Volkswagen's dashboard featuring programs and functions that mirror your laptop computer or your Treo handheld.
We get a tour of the latest new car audio/video receivers in Alpine Electronics' 2012 lineup.
The innovative in-dash Alpine IVA-W205 provides a decent range of media playback options as well as a useful navigation service and a good Bluetooth calling interface when connected to Alpine's portable Blackbird GPS device.
Ford updates its Sync voice command system with the AppLink interface software for smartphones and CNET's Antuan Goodwin goes hands on with Pandora, the first AppLink-enabled app.
Ever wish your dashboard was just a reflection of your smartphone? At the Los Angeles Auto Show, that day seems nea
You don't have to have a smartphone to use Google Voice, but there are certain advantages if you do, including having your Google contact list at your fingertips.
The Alpine iDA-X001 is an innovative car stereo for those who want to take their iPods on the road. Its digital USB connection enables playback of compressed and lossless files.