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Future Toyota cars could scan your face

The automaker is working with Microsoft to develop technology for tomorrow's cars, including a system that opens a door when it recognizes the owner. Also, Siri takes a swing at baseball stats, and there's trouble with some deliveries of virtual-reality headsets.

Who needs car keys when you can open the car door with a smile?

Toyota developed a program with Microsoft to explore new ways tech can be integrated in tomorrow's vehicles. Watch CNET Update below to learn how a connected car could make your commute a little easier:

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Future Toyota cars could scan your face