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Marty Mcfly was supposed to have gone to the future and seen flying cars. It’s 2012, and we’re just now talking about open-source OS running the apps in our GPS-signal locked driverless vehicles. Does something smell bad here or is it just me?


A company called VAIS Technology wants Android users to be able to access their phone functions without the need to fumble with a small touchscreen device. The iVIC — short for in-Vehicle Infotainment Center — app for Android interface with the car’s entertainment system, and lets users access apps, media and communication services from the car’s compatible navigation system.

Nexus 7 integrated into a Dodge Ram

by on August 10, 2012 5:20 am

A car modifier and Android enthusiast has taken his new Nexus 7 and created a great in-dash holder for his 2008 Dodge Ram, and also linked up the charger and audio output. As said in the video, many iPad installs have been done on vehicles, but the Nexus 7 is…

My BMW Remote App to Launch on Android

by on August 1, 2012 11:43 am
My BMW Android

This may be the most expensive Android app yet. Yes, it’s supposed to be free. But it requires a $2,150 car add-on to work. And that does not include the actual cost of the vehicle itself, which can set you back at least $50,000, depending on model and trim. BMW…

Best Android apps for finding cheap gas

by on July 19, 2012 12:00 pm

Gas prices today are really soaring, adding to the expenses we all have in our daily lives. If you have a large family and you own two vehicles to accommodate everyone, fueling up is certainly one of the things you like the least because of the amount of money you…


Navigating the busy streets of a metropolitan city will never be the same again. If you are a car enthusiast or simply a guy who owns a car, then you definitely know the importance of keeping your car regulated, checked and keeping it fine-tuned. With the current advancements in technology,…