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CES 2014: Open Automotive Alliance brings Android together with Audi, GM, Hyundai, Honda and Nvidia
CES 2014: Open Automotive Alliance brings Android together with Audi, GM, Hyundai, Honda and Nvidia Android , Google , Hardware , written by: Caschy
By the end of 2013 made the rumor circulating that the German carmaker Audi wants to announce a partnership with Google, which is the integration of Google’s Android system goes into vehicles. Now the cat is time for the Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) out of the bag, on the website of the Open Automotive Alliance plans and participants were announced.
Not only Audi and Google are at the start, it also joined by nor General Motors, Hyundai, Honda and the chip maker Nvidia to do so. On the part of the Open Automotive Alliance it was announced that Google would now 1 billion devices activated, which are operated with the system Android, and of that very system you would now bring in vehicles. Already in 2014 the collaboration to bear fruit, the end of the year we could see the first vehicles. Android is intended here to provide a better experience in the car, which offers opportunities for developers. For more details you wanted to announce soon – so far we talk about the integration of apps and services. I find it extremely exciting and personally am excited to see what happens in the field of on-board computer there.
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