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Inrete Automatica in-vehicle smart USB device now shipping

Inrete Automatica in-vehicle smart USB device now shipping

Back in December of 2012, we mentioned an interesting new automatic USB device designed to get all your favorite audio content into your vehicle called Automatica. At the time, the device was up for pre-order and if you were intrigued by the automatic USB gadget that automatically syncs all your favorite audio content to your car the device is now shipping. The gadget is available right now for $99.

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Porsche Communication Management System with Harman’s Aha hands-on

Porsche Communication Management System with Harman’s Aha hands-on

This week the folks at Harman have pushed their Aha system to several vehicle communications systems including Porsche, this system being the one we're having a peek at today. Porsche's Communication Management System is shown here working with the newly announced Aha integrated with vehicle systems. Here we're seeing the full 30,000 Aha internet-based stations in action, everything from internet radio to Facebook integration.

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Subaru Starlink in car connectivity aims at Ford Sync

Subaru Starlink in car connectivity aims at Ford Sync

When it comes to in car connectivity, the big push for automotive manufacturers is to get away from systems that require drivers to take their eyes off the road to voice control. Ford was one of the first companies to offer this type of system with its Sync voice control system that has been available for a number of years. Subaru has now announced at CES 2013 that it has its own in car connectivity system called Starlink.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 6, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 6, 2012

Welcome to Thursday evening everyone - just one more work day to go and we'll be at the weekend once again. This afternoon started with a bang, with Spotify holding a press conference to announce a number of things. Perhaps most importantly, the service has 1 million paying subscribers in the US, with 5 million worldwide. The company also launched Spotify Collections and the Spotify Music Graph today, announcing a new web app for all users too. Finally, we found out that Metallica's full catalog of music has been added to Spotify, so all of you metal fans have a reason to celebrate this evening.

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Georgie app gives the blind Android eyes [Hands-on]

Georgie app gives the blind Android eyes [Hands-on]

Android eyes? That's the promise from UK company Screenreader, who have created what's said to be the world's first smartphone app designed for, and by, blind and partially-sighted people. Georgie runs on most regular Android phones, but heavily redresses the interface into a combination of chunky icons, consistent navigation and clever haptics to suit the needs of those who have been all but left behind by the rise of touchscreen smartphones.

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SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 30, 2012

SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 30, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. It's the final day of June, which means the first full month of summer is just around the corner. For now, though, let's end the month with a bang of all the biggest tech news of the week. Of course, the big news over the past six days came from Google I/O. Yes, it was chock full of announcements, including hardware from Asus – Asus CEO: Building Nexus 7 is like torure. Here’s another nugget from the show – Google Offline Maps update now live, YouTube adds preloading. And yes, Project Glass also made an appearance – Are $1500 Google Glasses a bargain? Keep reading for more I/O news…

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Apple tipped to overhaul iTunes, improve sharing

Apple tipped to overhaul iTunes, improve sharing

Apple showed off a whole host of new features at WWDC 2012, but things have been quiet on the iTunes front. Bloomberg reports that Apple is busy preparing a major update to iTunes that will have deeper integration with iCloud and place an emphasis on sharing. Sources speaking to Bloomberg say that Apple recognizes that organizing the various content available from its services has become difficult, with iCloud integration hoping to fix that.

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