Cutting edge in-vehicle mobile technology presented by car computing innovators in the NY Times Today. The article focuses on the car computer technology and components and its uses. BALTIMORE, MD (10/22/2009) – Mp3Car forum members, part of a worldwide community of in-vehicle technology enthusiasts, are profiled today in a NY Times article on car computers that the driver can use. Forum members Greg Planthaber, Silvio Fiorito and Tom Berry talk about why they have car computers and how they use the technology.
This article is a follow-up to the August mp3Car AFK Fest in Baltimore where NY Times journalist, Peter Wayner, was treated to a tour of the latest trends in car computing technology. The event brought mp3Car forum members together from across the country for a speaker series and car computer show.
Getting into the car-computing hobby has never been easier and more affordable. Raw materials are easy to find online and cheap from the mp3Car Store and many other websites. Netbooks or laptops make for a quick-start solution. For anyone thinking of putting a computer in their car, the mp3Car Forums are the place to begin researching. With the largest knowledge base online dedicated to in-vehicle computing and a community around the globe organizing mp3Car meets, it is easy to customize a car computer setup to fit your needs.
“It is great to see mp3Car Forum members profiled in the NY Times. They are valuable members of our community and their years of hard work deserve recognition,” said Robert Wray, Founder and President at mp3Car.
Wray continues, “The mp3Car Forum members have always been innovating at the edge of mobile technology. Over 20 years ago, Tom Berry installed an Atari 800Xl in his Dodge which he used to set the record in the Annacan Rally race.”
Way to go guys!
About mp3Car (www.mp3Car.com )
Mp3Car delivers mobile computing technology solutions, tailored to the client’s needs. They provide a full range of mobile technology products & consulting to companies and organizations around the globe seeking to harness the power of mobile technology. The company is led by experienced mobile computing professionals, and guided by the knowledge base of the mp3Car forums, the largest car computing community in the world. Mp3Car is a Maryland based firm located in Baltimore City’s Emerging Technology Center.
About mp3Car Forums (http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/)
The mp3Car Forums is the largest car computing community online, hosting well over 100,000 members worldwide, comprising leading mobile technologists, hardware engineers, software developers, car audiophiles, automotive installers and vendors. The community drives mobile computing innovation by allowing for collaboration on major technical challenges and product development.