WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After weeks of national polls showing the U.S. presidential race as a near dead heat, a survey on Wednesday raised eyebrows by giving President Barack Obama a commanding 13-point lead over his Republican rival Mitt Romney.
General Motors will be one of the first automakers to support Apple’s Eyes Free feature in iOS 6, according to a report by GMAuthority. Eyes Free will put a dedicated Siri button on the steering wheel, allowing users to control their iPhones without moving their hands.
Today, GM Authority has learned that The General will soon introduce Siri eyes-free integration in its vehicles and the first ones to get the integration will be the Chevrolet Spark and Sonic. While the automaker’s media representatives didn’t provide specific timing details, we were told that we should expect an announcement within the next 12 months.
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is extending a program designed to drive down long-term U.S. interest rates to spur borrowing and spending. Hiring has weakened, and the U.S. economy needs more support, the Fed said Wednesday. It reiterated its plan to keep short-term rates at record lows until at least late 2014. And it said […]
U.S. stocks closed mixed Wednesday after the Federal Reserve extended one of its stimulus programs but stopped short of announcing a more aggressive bond buying policy.