We all know that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 made possible for different machineries, vehicles, gadgets and smartphone technology to interact at some point.
Along with the rapid development of smartphone technology, it means that the common connectivity, once used with tablets and smartphones, is now becoming an ordinary element for car connectivity.
Now, cars will have the opportunity to connect to internet via smartphones or gadgets, allowing users to use the thousands of applications and other digital services on their own benefit.
It is also the case of the BMW luxury car manufacturer, the world`s first manufacturer to present vehicle functioning on electronic devices, to work with Samsung and receive the Galaxy Gear BMW i3.
That would come naturally, since i3 is the first BMW`s electric car, and a Remote App from the Galaxy Gear would help the car receive navigation destinations, adjust the interior temperature, or show the weather on the windows.
All these can be also achieved by simply wearing an electronic wristwatch that can send the info to the car and keep the car connected to the internet to find all the info one might need.