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HondaLink Infotainment System Revealed

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All car makers these days have to have their very own infotainment system. It shows their customers they are in tune with the time and technologically advanced. And while these systems have different fancy names, they all do the same thing. Honda is a bit late to the game, but they seem to have come up with something good called the HondaLink.

The cloud-based system will debut on the ninth-generation 2013 Honda Accord, offering  great features such as news, information and media feeds from around the world, using an intuitive, audio-system based interface. HondaLink smartphone application allows owners to preset content on their phone. Once in the car, consumers can enjoy personalized content accessible via voice recognition, steering-wheel mounted controls and in-dash audio system controls.

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The entertainment and information features are great. But we are still wondering why would you want to have Facebook and Twitter in your car? apart from anything else, wouldn’t it be distracting?! Your fiends can wait for you to get home to check their status.


Through the Aha service, for example, HondaLink users can listen to Facebook and Twitter audio newsfeeds, podcasts from NPR, location-based personalized restaurant listings from Yelp!, and access internet music services such as Slacker. The service is free and instantly accessible from the cloud.
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