Google and Audi will introduce Android in cars




Google and Audi will introduce Android in cars

In today’s world mobile technologies are being introduced in all spheres of life, including cars. Recently publishing The Wall Street Journal reported that the search giant Google and German car manufacturer Audi will be engaged in joint development of electronics for vehicles based on the operating system Android.

This agreement should be solemnly announced at CES 2014 in Las Vegas , the main idea of which is the integration of on-board vehicle electronics entertainment and navigation capabilities, which are now present in modern smartphones. It is assumed that the driver and passengers in the cabin of the vehicle with the Android-system, can access navigation, music and video services.

Audi and Google partnership is designed to compete with Apple iOS promotion project in automotive electronics, which was presented by Apple in June 2013 at the conference WWDC. However, unlike the technology Apple, which assumes the presence of an external mobile device user, transaction Audi and Google provides a built-in car equipment running Android.

Thus, companies that make a bet on Android, want to make the operating system on the competitive automotive market. Perhaps in the near future confrontation developers of mobile operating systems and spread in the automotive field.
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