2008 CES roundup

We round up the highlights of our Car Tech coverage of 2008 CES.

We've been overwhelmed by all the automotive tech announcements and new products at CES. During our first day, we've seen new car stereos and GPS devices, new services from both XM and Sirius satellite radio, and Ford's play to be the carmaker most talked about at the show. Here are a sampling of blogs we've posted from 2008 CES:

New Garmin Nuvi 800 series features voice commands
A new trend in GPS devices lets you enter destinations with spoken commands. The Garmin Nuvi 800 is one of the first to offer this capability.

Eclipse updates its all-in-one navigation system with the AVN6620
A new all-in-one double DIN head unit from Eclipse offers media playback, navigation, and Bluetooth cell phone integration.

Blaupunkt makes amp upgrades easy
Blaupunkt offers a plug-and-play amp that's easy to install, yet adds better amplification and sound quality than most factory installed systems.

XM radio shows us its future
New services from XM satellite radio include weather reports, gas prices, and flight times.

Ford gets Sirius
Sirius Travel Link brings a bundle of new services to Ford's new navigation system, including traffic, weather, gas prices, and movie times.

For all of CNET Car Tech's coverage of 2008 CES, read our CES blog.

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