If it can be driven, then StreakSmart reader Cody will come up with a way to integrate his Dell Streak into it.
We saw his outstanding Harley-Davidson Road King setup a few months ago and the way he uses the Android pocket tablet in his Dodge Ram a month before that, so you know that when he uploads a new video to his YouTube channel that it's going to show off the Streak in a way that would make just about anybody out there want one.
One of Cody's latest vehicular adventures with his Streak is to use Torque, a car performance/diagnostics app (£2.95 in the Market), and a Kiwi Bluetooth adapter to connect to his truck's OBD2 engine. Check out his video overview below.
Torque supports Bluetooth ELM/OBD/PDX adapters and can also use GPS to generate tracker logs with engine logging. I don't know what any of that means since the only thing I know about cars is that they get me from point A to point B, but I'm guessing that all you car and truck folk out there start salivating when you hear words like "timing advance" and "throttle position."