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Can Cars and Electronics Have a Long-Term Relationship?

Bill Schweber
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12/4/2018 2:46:25 AM
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We are aware of how much technology is constantly evolving as we progress forward, hence introducing new innovations of technology. However, that does not mean that cars and electronics are about to make their relationship irrelevant or obsolete in the near future. This is because they are inter-dependent and one could probably not work during the absence of the other.

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