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Car tech comparison: Driver assists prop up the static compact sedan segment

Car tech comparison: Driver assists prop up the static compact sedan segment The best compact sedans offer the holy trinity of driver assists: blind spot detection, lane departure warning or lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control.Worth knowing: Honda Sensing adaptive cruise/lane keep assist offered on all but cheapest (LX) trim line.

Ford goes 100-percent Sync 3 in 2017 cars, trucks, SUVs

Ford goes 100-percent Sync 3 in 2017 cars, trucks, SUVs No more worrying that if you walked into the dealership thinking about a 2016 Ford Escape, the compact crossover that was the first Ford with Sync 3, you’d have to double-check with the sales rep if you looked to a roomier Ford Edge crossover (it has Sync 3) or bigger-still Ford Explorer (not in 2016).It may mean a rental Ford won’t have Sync 3.

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 makes rear seat entertainment cool again with streaming media, 4G LTE

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 makes rear seat entertainment cool again with streaming media, 4G LTE The center armrest of the CT6 with the Rear Seat Package integrates an HDMI jack, two USB jacks, an audio line-in jack, and a remote control.AT&T’s published rates for fixed amounts of data range from 1GB per month for $30 to 10GB per month for $80 to 100GB per month for $450.

Rolling Update: The automobile is the next great app platform

Rolling Update: The automobile is the next great app platform Auto infotainment systems must interface with a variety of proprietary and industry standard protocols that have existed for years.In that respect, automakers have responded by adopting smartphone interface technology in cars, sometimes with mixed results.