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The Silicon Review

"We desire to innovate and build smarter and safer products that will benefit both OEMs and drivers."

Telematics News

"Telenav launches vivid, hybrid, cloud-connected and personalized in-vehicle infotainment system"

AUTO Connected Car News

"Telenav introduced VIVID™ (Versatile In-Vehicle Infotainment Design)"

Innovation & Tech Today

"Why In-Car Commerce Will Fuel the Growth of Connected-Car Services"

Hacker Noon

"How Alexa became unstoppable and It’s all set to reach new heights"

Payments Journal

"Connected Car For Merchant Commerce Still In 1st Gear"

The Wall Street Journal

"The Battle for the Last Unconquered Screen—The One in Your Car"

Autoweek

"2019 Cadillac XT4 essentials: Exclusivity for the masses"

MSN

"Qualcomm to Add Amazon Music, Video to Your Driving Experience"

Hacker Noon

"Why Amazon and Google Are Fighting to Lead the Voice-First Economy"

WardsAuto

"Telenav Advances In-Car Commerce, Adds Alexa Integration"

ECN

"Telenav and Amazon Alexa Collaborate to Bring Conversational Voice Interface for In-Car Navigation"

TechCrunch

"Amazon is getting more serious about Alexa in the car with Telenav deal"

Digital Trends

"Talk to your car with conversational voice interface for in-car navigation"

WardsAuto

"Ways Automakers Can Offset Connected-Car Costs"

WardsAuto

“GM Likes Early Marketplace Results, 2.0 Version Coming”

AUTO Connected Car News

“Telenav Scout GPS Helps Yelpers Locate Businesses When Connected”

WardsAuto

“Gimme Smartphone Experience, Car Buyers Say”

WBCB

“With benefits — and risks – software updates are coming to the car”

The Verge

“GM’s data mining is just the beginning of the in-car advertising blitz The next data minefield is your car”

TechHQ

“California-based Telenav, for example, has been working with several automakers for the past year, trying to create the perfect in-car advertising platform to leverage the infotainment system available in new-age connected cars.”

Android Headlines

“Telenav & Sionic To Bring Localized eCommerce To Vehicles”

Android Headlines

“Telenav Partners With Jeep On Dynamic Driving Experiences”

Wired

“The Dawn of Mobile Convenience Stores—and (Maybe) Free Rides”

Android Headlines

“Telenav Open-Sources Mapping Tech, Debuts $10k Contest”

GPS World

“2018 Connected Car Buyers Guide”

Android Headlines

“5G To Significantly Boost Auto Industry Innovation: Expert”

Android News

“How Google Maps Made The Navigation Industry ‘Sweat’ ”

Android News

“Telenav Seeks Disruption With Free In-Car Services”

Bloomberg

“The Car of the Future Will Sell Your Data”

Car and Driver

“Telenav Wants to Put Ads on Automotive Infotainment Screens”

GM Authority

“Automakers Will Soon Serve In-Car Advertisements”

The Drive

“Advertisements Are Coming to Your Car's Infotainment System” “Companies will soon be able to send relevant ads directly to your vehicle”

Telematics Wire

“Telenav launching an In-Car Advertising Platform to enable automotive OEMs to generate revenue by delivering ads to car”

New York Daily News

“the navigation screen offered a crisp, easily readable image. Think Apple Maps but more refined.” “The navigation prompts were a bit of a wonder”

Panasonic Moves Us

“The Ford SYNC® 3 Infotainment System is a primary contributor to Ford Motor Company’s strong performance”

Car and Driver

“CUE’s most noticeable graphic gains are to its navigation system, which adopts a map display that’s similar in style to Apple Maps. Clean and concise, the display benefits from a touchscreen that’s more forgiving to slightly mis-aimed touch inputs and responds more promptly than did its predecessor.”

AutoGuide

“As for infotainment tech, systems with either a seven- or eight-inch screen are available. The latter, which is unimaginatively called “GMC Infotainment System 8-Inch,” is standard in Denali models. Luckily for this automaker, a clunky name can’t sink a good product as this is one of the best infotainment systems available today. Fast and fluid, it responds instantly to finger inputs. The user interface is elegant and easy to use, plus it supports multitouch gestures, like pinch-to-zoom, so it’s incredibly intuitive.”

“As for infotainment tech, systems with either a seven- or eight-inch screen are available. The latter, which is unimaginatively called “GMC Infotainment System 8-Inch,” is standard in Denali models. Luckily for this automaker, a clunky name can’t sink a good product as this is one of the best infotainment systems available today. Fast and fluid, it responds instantly to finger inputs. The user interface is elegant and easy to use, plus it supports multitouch gestures, like pinch-to-zoom, so it’s incredibly intuitive.”

The Motley Fool

“SYNC 3 was the key to boosting Ford's quality”

Automotive News

“Infotainment is now a competitive advantage for Ford”

CNET

“The new user interface is snappy and attractive, the navigation map takes almost no time to render, and a new user-based system allows for a massive amount of personalization, down to suggested navigation route”

Edmunds

“Nav system offers clean, clear map views and easy menu functions.”

CNET

“Sync 3 gives me a reason to want to drive Ford cars again” “streamlined destination input”

TechCrunch

“helps you to get things done fast and your eyes back on the road”

Consumer Reports

“shows the value in the "less is more" strategy of interface design…Nowhere is this philosophy more apparent than Sync 3's navigation.”

PC Mag

“The navigation feature that was the most impressive—and is most like the mobile experience found on phones and tablets—is destination entry.”