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[Look Ma, No Hands!] Motorola Assist v1.3 Lets Drivers Respond To Texts Verbally And Pick Which Music App To Launch Automatically

Motorola Assist has just made the jump to version 1.3, and with the update comes the expected helping of new features. Today's serving includes the ability to respond to text messages with just your voice and the option to select which music app to launch automatically when entering the car. Just be sure to select the best music app when prompted, as Assist won't necessarily dish out the most practical set of options.

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Uber Drops uberX Rates By Up To 34% In 16 Cities Across The US, Hopes You Will Forgive It For Surge Pricing

Uber has bothered some users by price surging during times of the year when people may be most in need of a ride, but now it's doing its part to roll numbers in the opposite direction. The company has just lowered the rates for its uberX rides by up to 34%. The percentage depends on which city you're in, with 16 of the 24 serviced cities seeing a price drop of at least around 10%.

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[CES 2014] Qualcomm Shows Off The Connected Car Of The Future, Made Possible Thanks To Its Snapdragon Processor

Qualcomm wants you to imagine a world where your mobile device is always connected. No, not that phone in your pocket. Nope, not that tablet either. Bigger. That 3,000 lb. mobile device sitting the driveway. Imagine a vehicle with a screen embedded both in your dashboard and behind every headrest, all syncing up with the screens that sit in every lap except for, ideally, the driver's.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon Automotive Solutions offering combines a Snapdragon 602A processor with QTI's 3G/LTE wireless modems and WiFi/Bluetooth connectivity to provide this connected in-car experience.

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[CES 2014] Magellan Announces The RoadMate 5430T-LM, A $180 Android-Powered GPS With A Capacitive Screen

Get this - dedicated GPS units are still a thing. Not only do they still exist, people are still buying them. So with these two things being true, Magellan has announced a new line of RoadMate GPS units running Android. These products aim to address a key advantage smartphones have had over their more-focused counterparts, their highly responsive screens. The company is now bringing the finger-friendly capacitive screens they've reserved for high-end models down to a more affordable level.

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[Deal Alert] PowerGen 3.1A Dual-USB Car Charger Only $7.99 On Amazon, Free Shipping With Prime

Been fighting over the single USB charging cable in your car? This deal will alleviate all your car-charging-related problems. Amazon has a PowerGen Dual-USB charger for only $7.99, and it's rated at 4.6 stars.

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This charger outputs 3.1A across the two USB plugs, which is enough to supply power to two thirsty devices at once. One of the ports is supposed to be for Apple devices, and the other for non-Apple.

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Roundup: Our Top Eight Picks For Best New Game From April 2013

Of course after our app roundup earlier today, we've got to have a roundup of the very best games from last month. This time we have a few more than usual, bumping the count to eight. While our shortlist isn't so short this time around, all the games discussed are well worth checking out. From racing to hidden object, April 2013 had something for just about every type of gamer.

CSR Racing

First up is CSR Racing.

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Carmageddon For Android Will Debut May 10th, Free For The First 24 Hours

Mark your calendars - Carmageddon will appear on Google Play next Friday, May 10th. The fine developers working on this decade-old port have announced that the game will be available free for the first 24 hours. If you need help remembering, they've offered to send you an email reminder. How nice.

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Carmageddon first debuted in 1997 for Windows and Macintosh computers. It has since been ported to the original Playstation, the Nintendo 64, and the Game Boy Color.

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NVIDIA's Tegra Team Shows Off Car Dashboards Of The Future, Running And Controlled By Android [Video]

Yesterday, Android Police was in San Jose checking out some nifty things at NVIDIA's 2013 GPU Technology Conference. At one of the events, the Tegra team showed off a few prototypes of automotive dashboards they're hoping to put into cars of the future.

The HMI (Human Machine Interaction) toolkit NVIDIA is developing, called UI Composer, is universal in the sense that it can run on top of Android, Linux, Windows RT, and probably other operating systems.

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[New App] Code Sector's InDrive Is A Well-Made, Customizable Car Home App With PowerAMP Integration

Code Sector (the name behind popular speedometer app SpeedView) recently brought to market a highly customizable car home app, introducing InDrive: Custom Car Home to the Play Store.

InDrive's primary features are neatly contained in its three swipe-able screens: Apps, GPS, and Music. The Apps screen allows you to create a set of custom app shortcuts. The screen comes preloaded with shortcuts to Navigation and Phone, but there are sixteen more slots waiting to be customized.

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Nissan's NSC-2015 Concept Car Shown Off Working Remotely With A Galaxy S III, Can Park Itself And Alert You To Suspicious Behavior

Car manufactures and consumer electronics companies have been growing closer than you might think over the past few years, with self-driving concept cars being demonstrated with remote control from a smartphone in mind. This is more obvious than ever at this year's CEATEC in Japan, where manufacturers such as Nissan have taken to the stage and shown off some really cool technology.

One of the company's latest concept cars, the NSC-2015, highlights what can be done when your car and smartphone are on the same wavelength.

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