The Parrot RNB6 Infotainment System ($TBA) may just be the product for those looking to replace an out of date stereo system. What makes the Parrot stands out is that you can either use Android’s Android Auto or Apple’s CarPlay OS. So whether you use Android or Apple devices this head unit will work with IT. So how does it work? Basically your just plug in your phone, and choose CarPlay or Android Auto to display apps from your phone on the units screen. In stand alone mode, it uses Android 5.0 which provides nav, driving assistance service, advanced voice commands for telephony, apps, radio and navigation. Additional features include a 7″ screen and audio sound stage adjustments. The RNB6 is expected to drop later in 2015 and the price is expected to run between $600-$700. But for those of who like the clean factory look, how will the unit integrates into our current dashes is going to be a major consideration.
Google is finally pulling back the curtains on its much anticipated wearable computer, Google Glass ($1500). The Google Glass is a wearable computer. It does pretty much everything that your current mobile devices can do, except handsfree. The Glass allows you to record video, take photos, get directions, do searches and basically share your daily ...[Read More]