Dice, Livio Bring Internet Radio to Vehicles
Ferndale, MI - Dec 28, 2010 - Livio Radio and Dice Electronics are teaming on vehicle-based Internet radio systems. Dice currently manufactures electrical components that connect smartphones to factory stereos and integrate them with their settings. Livio has developed the Livio Radio Car Internet Radio App which, when installed on smartphones connected to the Dice components, provides subscription-free Internet radio access using factory stereo buttons and integrated audio controls on the steering wheel.
The Dice in-vehicle system featuring the Livio Radio Car Internet Radio App requires the use of an iPhone or Android device. The phones' users control the Livio Radio Car Internet Radio App from the factory-installed car stereo system.
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