GeekBeat.TV #309 | CTIA 2011: CUE – Cadillac’s Customizable Display System Cali Lewis October 12, 2011 Episodes 27 Shares Google+ 2 Twitter 13 Facebook 10 LinkedIn 2 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 27 Shares × Amazon Offers Pre-Orders on Downloadable Games If you want new games the minute they’re available, you’ll be interested in Amazon’s new plan to allow customers to pre-order digital downloads. Netflix Cancels Qwikster Plans Remember Netflix’s idea to spin their physical DVD rentals off into a new company called Qwikster? Well, you can stop remembering, because they’ve decided not to do that after all. GM Shows CUE at CTIA CUE, Cadillac User Experience, is a highly customizable in-car system essentially gives you the ability to modify everything that gives you information on your dashboard, both for driving and information & entertainment. It’s powered by Linux, and the proximity sensor knows when you’re reaching for the panel and makes sure the appropriate controls for any given app are there for you. Samsung Stratosphere Samsung has the first 4G LTE phone with a physical keyboard on the Verizon network. It’s also got a 4-inch AMOLED screen and runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Five New Phones on AT&T AT CTIA, AT&T was showing off five new phones for their network – the Motorola Atrix 2, Samsung Captivate Glide, Samsung DoubleTime, Pantech Pocket, and the Avail.