By Edwina Gibbs TOKYO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp unveiled on Wednesday a second-generation car Internet network which offers a wide range of interactive services from downloading music and playing games to e-mail and e-commerce. Japan's largest automaker said its new network, called "G-Book", had advanced in leaps and bounds from its current service "Monet", which had primarily offered basic information and car navigation services. Unlike its predecessor and other ...
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