Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Jan 11, 2012

Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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Cars didn't used to have much in the way of electronics. There were gears, sure. There were carburetors and pistons and belts. But there weren't a lot of computers until the last several years. The cars of tomorrow, however, will likely make the computerized  cars of today look like Model Ts by comparison.

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Cars didn’t used to have much in the way of electronics. There were gears, sure. There were carburetors and pistons and belts. But there weren’t a lot of computers until the last several years. The cars of tomorrow, however, will likely make the computerized  cars of today look like Model Ts by comparison.

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