fastcompany
fastcompany:

Garmin has come up with a windshield-mounted device that projects directions from Android and iPhone navigation apps right on the dashboard.
The Heads-Up Display (HUD), which sells for $130, is Garmin’s attempt to keep up with automakers who are installing smartphone apps directly into car dashboards. If Garmin can’t beat app makers for in-car presence, well, it’ll have to join them.
[Image: Garmin]

fastcompany:

Garmin has come up with a windshield-mounted device that projects directions from Android and iPhone navigation apps right on the dashboard.

The Heads-Up Display (HUD), which sells for $130, is Garmin’s attempt to keep up with automakers who are installing smartphone apps directly into car dashboards. If Garmin can’t beat app makers for in-car presence, well, it’ll have to join them.

[Image: Garmin]

stanfordbusiness

stanfordbusiness:

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thisistheverge
thisistheverge:

Coming soon: ‘Small Empires’ with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian
We’re incredibly excited to announce that The Verge and Alexis Ohanian have teamed up to bring you a brand new video series called Small Empires. Ohanian — a Reddit co-founder and all-around delightful chap — will visit rising New York City startups, offering an inside look at how the people behind these companies are building amazing and disruptive products. As Alexis sees it, the show will be something akin to “Inside the Actor’s Studio meets Dirty Jobs for tech in New York.” And obviously, we liked the sound of that.

thisistheverge:

Coming soon: ‘Small Empires’ with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian

We’re incredibly excited to announce that The Verge and Alexis Ohanian have teamed up to bring you a brand new video series called Small Empires. Ohanian — a Reddit co-founder and all-around delightful chap — will visit rising New York City startups, offering an inside look at how the people behind these companies are building amazing and disruptive products. As Alexis sees it, the show will be something akin to “Inside the Actor’s Studio meets Dirty Jobs for tech in New York.” And obviously, we liked the sound of that.