In a bid to compete with GM's OnStar and Ford's SYNC, Toyota unveiled Entune at CES today. With Pandora, Bing-based Microsoft navigation, and OpenTable.com coming to their new cars, Toyota drivers will never look at the road again.
Combine the worst of SEMA with a CES gadgetgasm and you get this Hyundai Tuscani (Tiburon) with so many LCD screens they stuffed one under the hood. It's so horrific it's fascinating — like movies about serial killers.
The worst part of growing "herbs" in your backyard? DEA agents storming your house or getting robbed by a rival gang. Clearly, it's easier to purchase the $75,000 Tow & Grow mobile hydroponics lab and "GET ROLLIN."
Our roving CES reporter spent a few minutes playing with the new MyFord/MyLincoln infotaintment system. Designed to present a massive amount of info without distracting the driver, as you'll see at around 2:43, we're not sure it accomplishes its goal.
When a subwoofer — like this Cadence 34-incher — gets so large it needs an enclosure the size of two refrigerators and you need to hold it up with an engine hoist, it's probably too big for your car.