Earlier this month, Japanese automaker Honda announced that it is adding Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to its upcoming vehicles. Starting with the 2016 Honda Accord.
Although local availability of these services are yet to be confirmed, Honda took advantage of the press announcement held at its new R&D Center in Mountain View, California to unveil the 2016 Accord as well. In addition to making its future generation of vehicles compatible with Apple’s and Google’s smartphone integration systems, the auto company also announced an upcoming API for its rolling stool, the Uni-Cub. The Uni-Cub API will be launching this summer for any developers interested in building an app for a chair that rolls around the office.
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