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Rockford Corp. has announced the retirement of industry veteran Howard Miller. Miller and his wife, Sharon, founded Crimestopper in 1980, and Miller joined Rockford as a consultant after Rockford acquired Crimestopper in 2014. Miller will remain with Rockford until June 30. “Howard has built hundreds of business relationships and developed…
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Mobile Electronics magazine today announced the remaining finalists for the 2015 Industry Awards. The categories include vendors, sales reps, expeditors and distributors. New this year are retail performance award categories, which recognize specific business characteristics of retail establishments. The winners will be announced at the Mobile Electronics Industry Awards celebration during…
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A functional heads-up display (HUD) may be close to being a reality in the aftermarket. IRIS: Your Car and Network Combined, is a new HUD that attaches to the overhead visor in any vehicle and syncs to the user's mobile device via Bluetooth. The device is transparent and displays notifications…
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KENWOOD USA announced that it has hired industry veteran Randy Davis to become its next Western Region Sales Manager. The manufacturer of connected and integrated technologies for the automotive aftermarket will charge Davis with overseeing sales operations in the 13 western states, from Colorado to Alaska and Hawaii. With more…
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CNET -- Ford introduces the newest generation of its Sync infotainment system this week, Sync 3, with navigation, digital audio, hands-free phone and app support. The new system comes in response to negative feedback about the previous MyFord Touch system. When Ford launched the first generation of Sync in 2007,…
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