[CES 2014] When it comes to in-vehicle entertainment systems, companies such as Apple and Google are reportedly showing interest, and as it stands there does not appear to be a standard as to what an in-vehicle entertainment system should be like, meaning that your entertainment system will differ depending on which car company you go with. Well if you’re a fan of Harman’s audio and infotainment systems, you might be interested to learn that the company has recently announced their next-gen scalable in-vehicle infotainment platform which not only comes with the usual features one might expect from such a system, but will boast system security to help protect you agains cyber threats.
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