Analysis: Auto electronics should have a standard operating system

05/10/2013 | Wired.com

The standardization of operating systems for computers and mobile devices should be emulated for automotive vehicles, Damon Lavrinc writes. "The biggest hurdle to all of this remains the operating systems underpinning our cars and our smartphones," he writes. "MirrorLink, which imports certain apps and functionality into a vehicle's infotainment system, is a good example. But so far it hasn't gone far simply because automakers aren't willing to play ball."

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