SOUTHFIELD, MI – As the proliferation of Apple Inc.’s iPod digital music player expands into the realm of automotive electronics, aftermarket suppliers are stepping up their game to improve vehicle integration of the popular accessory. Harman Kardon, a wholly owned subsidiary of high-fidelity audio system producer Harman International Industries Inc., aims to be a player among the iPod-savvy with the introduction of its new Drive + Play iPod vehicle-integration system. Consisting of an ...

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