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MirrorLink in 2013 – Beyond Screen Replication

Many of us immediately embrace the screen replication element of MirrorLink™. Mirroring makes the smartphone’s user interface (UI) available to the driver via the in-vehicle infotainment system (IVI). This includes not only the visual display, but audio and UI controls … Continue reading

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Viva Car Connectivity!

A couple weeks ago I traveled to Las Vegas on behalf of the CCC to join all the excitement surrounding the Consumer Telematics Show. Sponsored by Telematics Update, the event took place alongside the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. And I … Continue reading

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Post LA Auto Show

I just got back from the LA Auto Show and I am feeling very encouraged about the response received by MirrorLink and the Car Connectivity Consortium while there. In the two days dedicated to press activities, I gave over 25 … Continue reading

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Car Connectivity Consortium’s Summit – Interest is Strong

As many of you know, the CCC held its Summit Event in Tokyo last week. I was particularly gratified by the great turnout for the event. We had a number of challenges in completing the event planning and the fact … Continue reading

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Getting Certification Started

Hi, I’m Alan Ewing, Chairman of the CCC’s Certification Working Group.  I, like Mika, work for Nokia and have been with them for almost exactly 13 years, and have been representing the company in various Industry Associations and Consortiums.  My … Continue reading

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Hi from Mika

Before discussing the topic at hand, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Mika Rytkönen and I work for Nokia.  I’m a middle-aged Finnish male (in Japan “Mika” is a female name), 192 cm tall, and admittedly overweight … Continue reading

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NEW PROTOTYPE KIT SOFTWARE RELEASED

The Terminal Mode Prototype Kit is available via the Forum Nokia Terminal Mode Developer Program now for almost 4 months. I am thrilled how many of our partners used it to get early access to Terminal Mode technology. For those readers, … Continue reading

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