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Technology makes our cars the hotspot we always wanted


If we take a look back 15 or even a decade ago, before the advent of the smartphone, we would also consider the cars to come directly from the stone age – but that’s just the fact that a new technology revolution is coming our way. After first sampling for a few years what the smartphone/tablet can do to change our ...
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Fred Flintstone’s car, for sale on the internet [PHOTO Gallery]
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Volkswagen Group Research tests mobile Internet access in the Tiguan
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