Slideshow: Car Tech at CES

Car tech at CES used to mean big boom boxes and bigger boom boxes, but these days it's all about TV, GPS, and communicating digitally without removing your hands from the steering wheel.

By Yardena Arar, PC World |  Personal Tech, automotive, slideshow

Back-Seat TV for Well-Heeled Couch Potatoes

The next status symbol for the road-trip crowd: AT&T Cruisecast, the most sophisticated rear-seat TV delivery system to date. Due this spring, it's a satellite TV system that at launch is expected to deliver 22 channels of TV and 20 of satellite radio to vehicles equipped with a receiver roughly a foot square. Setup cost is pegged at $1299, while monthly service fees will run $28.

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