It seems to be a musical day. Just earlier we talked about the Vivo X3, which is both the world's thinnest smartphone and a music lover's delight. Now, we also have news about Pandora removing it's mobile streaming limit as well as updating it's Android app with two new features.
Google may have another competitor hot on their heels for the title of leader in self-driving cars. At CEATEC, Nissan showed off a modified version of its Leaf called the NSC-2015. It has new self-parking technology built-in. This new technology works with a smartphone, and Nissan showed it off with a Samsung Galaxy S III.
I guess I can't really say this app will help you save those precious MPG on your car, but that is because it doesn't need that stuff we so deeply depend on called Gasoline -- or oil. Recently Nissan released an Android app just for the Nissan LEAF. From initially checking it out I want the car just based on how awesome the app is.