Category: Vehicle Technology

The 5 Coolest Ways Cars Can Interact With Your Smartphone

Are you one of the 2.5 billion people who own a smartphone? If so, you’ve got to see the cool things your phone can do with a new car. And yes, 2.5 billion people is the real statistic.

Everyone knows that a phone is a great way to queue up some great tunes on the road. And nowadays, answering a call hands-free is practically a standard feature. That said, modern cars are finding amazing new ways to integrate your phone into your driving experience. Some of these features are so cutting edge that you might not know they exist!

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Why You Should Splurge For The Car You Really Want

Buying a car is like buying an ice cream cone.

You might walk up to the ice cream truck already knowing what flavor you want, but the person at the counter still has questions for you. Do you want that ice cream to have some sprinkles on it, or maybe you’d like a candy coating? Also, would you be happier eating out of a cone or dish? Though you’re free to decline any and all extras, you might casually glance at someone else with all the fixins and wish you spent the extra quarters for the same treatment.

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5 Tips for Buying a Car for Under $5,000

Most of us remember the first car we ever owned, and in many cases it was probably on the cheaper side. Sometimes when money is tight, or we’re just unwilling to spend much on a vehicle, we have to look at the lower end of the market to find a car at the right price.

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The 6 Hottest Vehicle Features of 2019

2019 is shaping up to be a great year to buy a vehicle.

Automotive manufacturers have spent the last decade bringing us futuristic car features we used to only see in movies. Voice controlled music? Smart backup cameras? Interior climate controls that keep half the vehicle cold while the other half is hot? All of these features are standard in vehicles today. Now, automotive manufacturers and ready to take their vehicles to the next level, and that means even more cool features are going to be popping up in 2019’s new vehicles

To demonstrate, let’s go over 6 features you might see in 2019 vehicles. While some of these features have debuted in years past, you can expect to see them become more common from here on out.

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Milwaukee Business News

Wauwatosa-based insuretech firm Zywave announces acquisition
Zywave Inc., the Wauwatosa-based insurance technology firm and the region’s largest software company, announced it has acquired Enquiron, a provider of risk management and consultative business solutions, for undisclosed terms.
Mary Ellen Stanek focused on impact inside and outside Baird
Mary Ellen Stanek is a business leader, a community supporter and a philanthropist.
Milwaukee Tool agrees to $15 wage in Milwaukee downtown office, labor groups seek more
In order to qualify for up to $20 million in city of Milwaukee grants, Milwaukee Tool will sign an agreement to pay employees at least $15 an hour at a proposed office redevelopment downtown but an executive stopped short of committing the company or its service firms to guaranteeing benefits and job protections.
Exacta's Family Organizer Plus allows families a safe exchange of information
The app includes a family calendar that pulls individual schedules from smartphones and a secure chat function. It also allows parents to monitor their children’s social media feeds without having to publicly “friend” them.
Waterstone Mortgage finds many benefits to e-closing technology
Waterstone Mortgage prioritized its digital mortgage project in 2020, even more so after the pandemic hit and the demand for contactless closings spiked.
Talimer aims to revolutionize tech freelance marketplace
Diversity is a top priority at Talimer. The founders believe it is the responsibility of people in power to connect underrepresented populations, including women, people of color and LQBTQ+ individuals, with resources to bridge the gap.
Former GE Healthcare exec forms Novir to assist groups in rapid Covid testing
Alexander Kempe, a former GE Healthcare executive turned entrepreneur and investor, struck a partnership with Noviral, a company in his native Sweden, to form Novir in spring 2020.
The mission of i.c. Stars Milwaukee is simple: find talent, train talent, put talent to work
The program has graduated 83 individuals from its intensive technology career training. Eighty percent have found full-time technology careers with an average salary of $50,000 per year.
Milwaukee entrepreneur launches social connection app with COVID scale
A Milwaukee startup is making it easier to connect with friends during the COVID recovery. bLinkup is a social app that uses geolocation to notify users when friends are nearby and displays crowdsourced data at top rated locations.
DOT opts for more study of I-94 east-west expansion, adding up to a year to planning
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will spend up to one additional year studying traffic levels and collecting public input on its proposal to expand Interstate 94 around the Stadium Interchange.
Milwaukee Public Museum and America’s Black Holocaust Museum partner for new national exhibit
It simply took the words "Nelson Mandela" for America's Black Holocaust Museum CEO Robert Davis to know he wanted to work with the Milwaukee Public Museum on a partnership that involved the Milwaukee Public Museum becoming the first U.S. institution to host the touring exhibit "Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition."
See 3rd Ward two-story penthouse condo with rooftop deck on market for $1.8M: Open House
A two-story penthouse condo with a wraparound deck in Milwaukee's 3rd Ward was recently put on the sale block for $1.8 million. Check out the attached slideshow to get a look inside the luxury and unique condo.
Tuesday marks opening of Milwaukee area’s first Biggby Coffee
Biggby, based in East Lansing, Michigan, started in 1995.
Drexel Building Supply to create 50 jobs with New Berlin development
Drexel Building Supply Inc. will create 50 jobs with an $11 million New Berlin development that will add a lumber yard to its existing Waukesha County operations.
Milwaukee Brewers and Fairway Independent Mortgage launch partnership
The Milwaukee Brewers and Madison-based Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. launched a new multi-year partnership to support community initiatives and add more signage in the newly-renamed American Family Field.

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