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J.D. Power releases sat-nav study findings, crowns Ford tops

Not only does Ford rank number one on J.D. Power and Associate's 2009 navigation system survey, it ranks number two as well. The top ranking system, according to Power's study, is the one found in the Lincoln MKS, followed by a nearly identical system (if not 100% identical) in the Ford Flex. And get this, Ford took down five of

Eyes on the Road: AT&T bringing CruiseCast in-car satellite tv to market

AT&T is starting to work with pockets of customers to test its CruiseCast satellite-based entertainment service before officially putting the TV/radio service on wide offer. When the whole clan is on the go, it may work to keep everyone calm and quiet, and when your Prevost motor coach is loaded up with everything else, you might as well go for the TV service, too. Truckers sticking DBS dishes on their rigs would likely be pleased with the CruiseCast system, especially since AT&T is usin

XM and Sirius to merge?

When it signed Howard Stern last year, Sirius radio picked up a lot of subscribers, but the satellite radio provider still couldn't catch rival XM which sits atop of the subscriber satellite radio heap. Sirius' new six million subscribers represented a huge jump, but XM is closing out 2006 with 7.9 million. The New York Times is now reporting that Sirius might follow the old adage: "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em."

Kia gets SIRIUS. What will Stern say?

Earlier this week, Kia Motors Co. and SIRIUS Satellite Radio announced that the Korean automaker will be carrying the digital provider for all Kia vehicles starting with 2008 models. The agreement will run through 2014, with an optional extension.