Mobile developers and automakers alike are interested in creating some sort of smartphone/car union that doesn't get people killed.
Built by Accel, the Voyager is more like a small, mounted GPS device that also runs apps and makes phone calls.
Volvo's new Sensus Connected Touch system is Android-powered and surprisingly responsive.
The cross-device games company will now be native to Xperia handsets. Its games app is alread available on Windows PCs and Android devices, including the Kindle Fire.
Spotify Premium users will now be able to control their Spotify accounts in Ford AppLink-enabled vehicles.
Vuzix's M100 hands-free smartphone display is a smaller, cheaper wearable screen that can also do augmented reality. It will be available this summer for under $500.
Whether you're getting paid by a customer or editing a coworker's presentation, these tablet-optimized apps take the dead trees out of doing business.
Ford’s iOS and Android app now works with the Ford C-MAX and Fusion Energi cars, and also includes charging station data from PlugShare.
The EON17-SLX is a gaming powerhouse, but can we really still call it a laptop?
This VivoBook occupies the no-man’s land between laptop and tablet. It looks like Asus is bringing the netbook back.
This ultra-quiet system is actually a fantastic overall performer.
Honda is the second automaker out of the gate with dealer-installed Siri integration.
This online Pictionary game lets your Facebook friends play with you on your Timeline, but is its biggest strength also its biggest weakness?