Why some tricks fix Bluetooth issues from iOS 9.Two update with iPhone 5-5S-6-6S+ and cars
It seems like every time Apple issues an update to iOS 8-9.0-9.1-9.Two, it creates the Bluetooth blues for car owners for Bluetooth connections for car owners. Apple released iOS 9.Two earlier this week and we are already getting reports of Bluetooth problems with the update. Continue reading
White Tesla Model three With Glass Roof (Trio Spy Pics)
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An alert motorist came across a white Tesla Model three out for a drive on Interstate 280, the nearest highway to Tesla headquarters and the main thoroughfare inbetween San Francisco and San Jose. Reddit user spruceeffects got out his smartphone as he drove alongside and captured the car’s most remarkable feature — its all glass roof. Continue reading
Which cars are the safest? It’s hard to tell from the government’s ratings
ConsumerAffairs’ founder and former editor, Jim Bondage mask formerly headed Associated Press Broadcast News, directing coverage of major news events worldwide. He also served as Senior Vice President of United Press International and was the founder and editor of Zapnews, a newswire service for radio and television. Continue reading
Wells Fargo rolls out card-free access at all of its ATMs
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Wells Fargo has upgraded all 13,000 of its ATMs to permit customers to access their funds using their cellphones instead of traditional bank cards. (Patrick Sison/Associated Press)
Volvo Cars to go all electrified by the year 2019; to launch five fresh electrified vehicles
Volvo cars, the Swedish automaker has now announced that after the year 2019. every car to come out of its stable beginning from the year 2019, will be tooled with an electrified motor. The automaker said that this budge will mark the end of cars produced by it which are only tooled with an internal combustion engine with electrification being at the center for Volvo’s future strategy. Continue reading
US auto sales expected to hit record high in 2015
Six years after the recession coerced millions of Americans to postpone buying a fresh car or truck, a forecast released Wednesday predicted retail auto sales in the U.S. will climb to a record high in 2015.
Despite a powerless demonstrating from the auto sector in September —when dealership sales fell 0.8 percent—J.D. Continue reading