“Okay, Google.”
A recent study showed that Metro Manila residents spend over an hour a day on average stuck in traffic. That is time that could be better spent doing...well, anything else other than sitting in gridlock. Like catching up on answering e-
A study by Nissan reveals a not-so-surprising trend
These days, it's pretty standard practice to hook up your phone to your car's infotainment system via Bluetooth. Before that, AUX ports and cables were must-have accessories. And if you've been driving long enough, you'll remember regularly
Times are a’ changin’
If you look at how far the smartphone industry has come, it's easy to say that the automotive sector has been lagging in terms of innovation. In the past few years, iPhones and Android devices have learned how to scan our
Excited?
Android fans rejoice! The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has just signed a multi-year deal with Google that'll have the global tech giant producing "intelligent infotainment systems" for the three car manufacturers starting in 2021.In a press release sent
Old made modern
Infotainment system upgrades can be a serious matter for fans of old school rides. On one hand, you have the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity and navigation features, but on the other, you're almost certain to mess up the classic vibe
No more wasted time in traffic
We've all been there: You're stuck in traffic and you feel helpless about all the time you're wasting. Your mind wanders to all the productive things you could be doing instead of waiting for the light to go green.
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