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HTML5 platform for infotainment systems debuts at CES

1/9/2012 06:34 PM EST
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re: HTML5 platform for infotainment systems debuts at CES
JonDunnCC   3/29/2012 4:29:49 AM
In car infotainment seems like the next big advancement that car makers and related technology companies are striving to perfect. HTML5 allows much more features and options to be present in the in-car system so that the car truly becomes a mobile platform that is always connected to the internet. Jon -

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