TROY, MI – Detroit auto makers have an opportunity to become leaders in integrating consumer electronics into their vehicles, but there are obstacles to overcome, says Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Assn. "To the Detroit auto makers, I say this: The consumer electronics industry is your opportunity," he tells a gathering of the Detroit Economic Club. "Embrace technology and benefit from consumers’ demand for the newest devices." In-vehicle electronics have ...
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