New York Times #1 Best-Selling Author John O’Leary: Overcoming Life’s Challenges | Apple CarPlay vs. Android Auto | Supreme Court Vote Against Worker’s Rights

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Today on CBTNews.com – Thursday, May 24th, 2018:

New York Times #1 Best-Selling Author John O’Leary: Overcoming Life’s Challenges
CBT Automotive was thrilled to be joined by inspirational speaker John O’Leary recently for an exclusive interview. John shares with our network his story of tragedy, triumph and overall self-betterment while taking us through his story that ultimately leads him to travel the country in hopes to ignite a flame within you and your self-worth. Watch Now

Apple CarPlay vs. Android Auto
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are latest developments in the evolution of automotive connectivity. Both applications pump a small portion of your phone’s functionality into your car’s built-in infotainment system. These applications basically turn the infotainment system display into a second screen for your phone with easier touch navigation and a simplified command interface for safe, hands-free connectivity while driving. With either setup, your car’s infotainment system screen will look very similar to your phone screen, but with larger icons and fewer available apps. With so many consumers asking for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, it is important that you know what they are, how they work, what vehicle models offer which system and the key differences between them. Read More

Ford Prepares for 2020 EV Push
Here’s a question nobody ever thought to ask: What would happen if the decision makers at one of America’s big three automaker’s announced one day they had decided not to make cars anymore? Such a hypothetical question might have been considered delusional until very recently. And even now Ford’s decision to stop making almost their entire line up of fleet cars has a vaguely surreal quality to it. In terms of perspective, the decision for Ford to stop making cars is on the order of Coca Cola deciding to stop bottling soda or Apple deciding to stop making iPhones, because personal computers are more profitable on an individual basis. Read More

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