Chevy Volt, Cadillac CTS-V Wagon, MINI Cooper S, Ford Falcon
SEMA News - May 2010
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In an effort to better analyze the tastes and preferences of today’s
auto enthusiasts, SEMA, in coordination with Ford, launched the
Enthusiast Opinion Leader Research Program at the 2009 SEMA Show.
The program invited 527 enthusiasts, selected through a rigorous
application process, to the second day of the Show and tasked them with
using social media, including Twitter and Facebook, to broadcast their
personal product and trend highlights of the Show.
Every modern vehicle is dependent upon electronics. From the engine’s
ignition to sound systems, from safety sensors to climate controls,
electronics have become integral to how vehicles operate and how their
drivers perceive the on-road experience. And now electronics from
outside the vehicle are resulting in a whole new wave of connectivity.
While e-retailers have made a sport of predicting when mobile e-commerce should really be taken seriously, a new report from market researcher Gartner indicates that the time for guessing games is over.
SEMA News - April 2010
By Joe Dysart
By 2013, the Most Popular Way to Web Surf
Gartner predicted that mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most popular device for accessing the web by 2013.