For Mike Bryars, voice recognition promises to be the remote keyless entry of this young automotive decade. In the early ’90s, keyless entry was an extravagance, an appliance that merely made key chains harder to fit in your pants pocket. But the product took off in the mid-’90s, when grocery-lugging drivers realized how nice it would be to unlock all four doors – and open the trunk – with a touch of the key fob. Today, an astounding 62% of new cars and 77% of new light trucks in the ...

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