It’s 2013 and technology is all the rage, especially in the motoring industry. Car manufacturers are continually introducing new and exciting technology to really tempt us to part ways with our hard-earned money. Thankfully for them, it works; we love gadgets in cars. But what are the most high-tech cars in the world? Which cars take technology to another level?
In an effort to accelerate social media, convenience for drivers and advertising, Ford Sync and General Motors (GM) are teaming up with companies like Clear Channel, iHeartRadio, Facebook and Apple to provide car apps that can be uploaded directly to your car’s dashboard console, says AdWeek.com’s Tim Peterson. Beyond being able to listen to music streaming from Sirius and iHeartRadio, Pioneer Electronics has also presented AppRadio car stereo that allows drivers to stream car-compatible mobile apps from their smartphone to their in-car dashboard and audio system. This technological advancement in the auto and social networking industry will make using apps more easy and safe for drivers because it’s hands-free communication and you can access information without needing a console for your phone. Meanwhile, DigitalTrends.com reports that Android has released a bunch of free apps that are made for drivers and their android car stereos. We listed some of our favorites from DigitalTrend’s top picks, and one of our own personal favorites, below.
This the continued from the previous part of the review and I have decided to combine part 3 and 4 together in this last episode.
This part of the review mainly contains technical data, Eco, and the verdict.
Let’s take a look at the technical details first before getting down to the Eco-friendly things.
This is the part 2 of the Philips AquaTouch AT940 review. I will be explaining 2 more major reason why Philips AquaTouch AT940 is one of the best choice for a traveler. The two major reason involved are the portability of the device and the maintenance.
Every urban man needs a proper shaver for himself. While blade based razors do the clean shave but it is really time-consuming. I moved to Electronic Shavers few years before because in the morning there was not enough time to go for a blade based shave. And afterward I have started traveling and living in a few countries. That made it even more essential to have electric shaver.
There are basically three types of shavers – blade, foil, and rotary. More often these fall into three major brand camps – Gillette, Braun (Also Panasonic) and Philips. I have used Panasonic and Philips SensoTouch (Higher model than this one) for last 3 years and before that 10 years with Gillette.