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Driving the connected cars of the future

From 4G, and WiFi connectivity, to infotainment, and cloud apps, cars are getting smarter and and more teched out. CNET's Molly Wood visits GM and Ford and gets hands on demos of how cars will connect to the Internet in the future.
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