CNET Roadside Assistance 44: Why we'll never see the iCarStereo Video
The Pioneer AppRadio is the first car stereo that uses iPhone apps for all of its major functions, but as with all first-generation hardware, there are a few rough interface bits.
What car stereo should you get when your premium audio system goes kaput? What's a good slow car for a college student who wants to go fast? The Car Tech get to the bottom of these questions on this week's episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
How well does the iPhone's Siri software play with Bluetooth hands-free kits? Is Ford secretly reprogramming its DCT gearboxes? And what are our favorite car audio EQ settings? Get the answers on CNET Roadside Assistance with Antuan Goodwin and Wayne Cunningham.
We help you find an American made fixer-upper car, build a waterproof stereo system for you off-roaders out there, and get the skinny on low rolling resistance tires on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Welcome to Roadside Assistance, in this week's show, a user has some insight into our issues with the Bluetooth streaming in a VW, we help one of you add new tunes to a goat, and we explain just what's so "HD" about TomTom's HD traffic.
It's a well-know fact, especially among iPhone users: Apple never has sales. Prices are lowered when newer models are released, but there are no bargain basement deals to be found. If Apple's latest is simply a must-have, though, CNET's Sumi Das has some tips.
Antuan catches flack for his review of the Mustang Boss 302, a listener sticks up for satellite radio 2.0, and we explore some of the weaknesses of direct injection on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Today, it's all about your email, calls, help & how-to around the high tech device that is today's car. Car Tech guys Wayne Cunningham and Antuan Goodwin answer your questions about cabin tech on a budget, start-stop technology, and aftermarket entertainment options. Later, Antuan gets on an old man rant about loud stereos and loud exhausts and we take a look at a device that could save you a few bucks at the pump on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Skipping CDs, navigation CDs do you even need CDs at all these days? We'll let you know all about it, but first I'm about to totally nerd out about all-wheel drive systems. This is the 14th episode of CNET Roadside Assistance for Thursday, the 26th of May 2011 and I am Antuan Goodwin alongside Senior Editor Wayne Cunningham. This is the show where the car tech guys take a moment to answer your emails and highlight your comments.
How not to get fooled when buying new tires, better tech for a 2007 Prius, and why your best in car upgrade is often just bringing your phone to the car.