* Cars 'talk' to each other to stop crashes, traffic jams * Wireless technology sees more than current radar systems * "Talking" cars might avert or allay 80 pct of crashes By Deepa Seetharaman ANN ARBOR, Mich., Aug 21 (Reuters) - Michael Knight in the television series "Knight Rider" had one. Pixar made a movie about them. Now the U.S. government is testing a fleet of so-called "talking" cars that may help American drivers ...
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