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

TomTom Gets Better Connected

TomTom is joining the connected GPS crowd with the Go 740, which comes with a built-in SIM card and a year's worth of free connected services (cheapest fuel prices, map and point of interest database updates, etc.) included in the $499 purchase price. Due this spring, it will have a 4.3-inch touch screen and TomTom's always elegant interface. Sadly missing: Support for user destination data entry via the Web.

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