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Technology In The Car

Technology built into the dashboard of the car is changing the way we drive. It helps us navigate, change lanes and park. It sends email and makes phone calls for us. It can even read the newspaper to us while we're stuck in traffic. But is it making us safer, or more distracted? Tech Tuesday explores the new "connected car" and the features drivers want most.

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