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Google may be putting together an emulator for Android Automotive in the Android SDK

Google may be putting together an emulator for Android Automotive in the Android SDK

You might remember our intermittent coverage of Android Automotive — not to be confused with the near-identically named Android Auto. The (really) short version is that Android Automotive is a full Android implementation in a car, rather than just a dumb projection of your phone. And, according to the folks at XDA, Google might be building an emulator for it in the Android SDK.

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Audi The First Car OEM To Announce Timing For Android Auto, New Models In 2015 Will Feature The System

Audi The First Car OEM To Announce Timing For Android Auto, New Models In 2015 Will Feature The System

Audi has long been a car brand associated with advanced technology in the luxury segment, often taking risks well before their primary competitors BMW, Mercedes, and Lexus, are willing to step up to the plate. Audi will also be the first of those brands to offer vehicles with Android Auto integration, according to a press release issued by the VW-owned mark today.

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Audi states that beginning in 2015, all-new vehicle models with Audi MMI infotainment (I always gag on that word) systems will be Android Auto-ready. Now, the wording there is carefully crafted: all-new vehicle models. As in, not all new models, but models that are all-new.

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Editorial: Are Android-Powered Cameras, Cars, Fridges, And More A Misguided View Of The Future?

Editorial: Are Android-Powered Cameras, Cars, Fridges, And More A Misguided View Of The Future?

I know I'm starting off with a question here that most Android fans are going to have a knee-jerk reaction to - "absolutely not, the more Android-powered smart-stuff out there the better." After all, we want to live in a world where our refrigerators know what's inside them, where our laundry lets us know on our phones when it's done, and our cars' infotainment systems aren't so god-effing-awful (even the best ones really are terrible).

Eric Schmidt said he wants your fridge to run Android at CES back in January. Nikon is making an Android-powered camera (and Polaroid already has made one).

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