As auto makers pack as many new entertainment options as possible into vehicles, some traditional offerings are bound to be rendered obsolete, repeating a pattern that once saw now-disappearing compact disc players take over real estate formerly reserved for the cassette-tape deck. Two technologies now battling it out on the audio front are Pandora Internet radio and Sirius XM Satellite Radio, both of which offer unique programming. Satellite radio has been available as an option by a ...

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