Motorola and IBM are expanding their recent efforts to introduce “telematics,” including on-board Internet and real-time navigation and traffic information, on next-generation vehicles. On Thursday (Jan. 13) at the Detroit auto show, the companies will unveil their joint effort to bring wireless and Web-based services to drivers and passengers worldwide. Wireless expert Motorola brings front-end elements such as on-board electronics and driver interfaces to the relationship, while ...

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