Forget Google's robot cars, now it's on to ANDROID cars
Google is planning a big push into in-car infotainment systems with an upcoming version of Android, sources claim.
"Android M" – the version to come after the current Android 5.0 "Lollipop" – will be available in a formulation designed specifically to run cars' built-in screens, Reuters reports, citing anonymous insiders with knowledge of the plan.
Google made its first advances toward the automotive world at its I/O developer conference earlier this year, when it unveiled its Android Auto software. The first Android Auto–compatible cars are expected to arrive early next year.
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