NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - Can't find a restaurant? Running out of gas? Down to your last dollar? Tell it to the car. International Business Machines Corp. said on Monday it signed a deal with Honda Motor Corp. that will make it easier for drivers to find the closest gas station or restaurant by asking the car's computer for help. IBM said Honda will offer in its 2003 Accord models, for sale in September, a navigation system that is integrated with voice recognition software and a ...
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