I was really excited when Google announced Android Auto last year. I spend a lot of time driving, and it sounded way safer and more convenient than sticking my phone to the dash. Eleven months later, I finally got to take it for a spin. The TL;DR version? I want it in my car, like, now. I bet you’d like it too.
Harman has developed an augmented reality display technology that give you real-time information in your windshield while you drive. It's like Google Glasses for your ar except that the product is actually about to launch it (or so they say...). And Harman promises you won't crash while using it.
XM was showing off a "Concept Infotainment Vehicle" at its Auto Show booth (next to Sirius's, natch). Basically, it was an SUV outfitted with a integrated pack of XM services: Weather, ParkingLink, and voice controls were the main showing points.