Thursday, January 07, 2016

Interference In The Car

There are other encouraging numbers and trends. “For nearly every single feature tested, consumers prefer to access the feature through a built-in interface in the vehicle, without connection to a smartphone,” notes Jennifer Kent, director of research at Parks Associates. The only exceptions are browsing the Web, or accessing social networking apps.

From the article "Interference In The Car" by ERNEST WORTHMAN.

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