Android Auto doesn’t do much, and that’s a good thing

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The theme of this year’s Google developer conference was putting Android everywhere, so it ought to be in the thing that takes people everywhere: the car. Android Auto works by plugging in an Android phone running the L operating system. The phone displays an “A” on the screen and you can no longer operate it. Instead, the phone sends up its information to your car’s display. Google calls it “casting,” but the key thing to know is that very little of the smarts of Android Auto live in the…

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