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MWC 2012: Smartphone Apps, Gadgets For Cars

Fresh from Mobile World Congress 2012, check out new apps and devices designed to make your car time more productive, enjoyable, and safe.
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Ford showed off its Evos concept car, which integrates with many technologies to adapt to the driver's lifestyle. Evos can take into account your calendar and driving habits and even pre-warm or cool the interior before you walk out the door.

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