January 19, 2013

iPads, Wi-Fi on Wheels

Melissa Riofrio, TechHive


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Cars aren’t just expected to take you places anymore. They’re also counted upon to keep everyone connected, informed, and amused along the way. Car infotainment systems have been developing rapidly over the past few years, as we've seen new ways of bringing music, mapping and traffic information, weather reports, and other features into your vehicle. At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, these in-car systems were as much a part of the show-floor conversation as engine and safety technology.

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