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NY Auto Show Photos: Tech In Driver's Seat

In This Issue:
1. Editor's Note: Cars And Tech
2. Today's Top Story
    - New York Auto Show Preview: Hybrids, Minis, And Muscle Cars
3. Last Week's Highlighted Coverage
    - Review: Three Cool Bluetooth Headsets
    - 10 Tips To Survive Online Tax Hacker & Phishing Attacks
    - Only 12% Of Computer Users Plan Windows Vista Upgrade In '07: Poll
    - RadioShack Admits To Dumping Customer Records
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Quote of the day:
Ford Motor Co. is committed to "lead[ing] with alternative fuels and alternate power sources." -- Alan Mulally, Ford CEO


1. Editor's Note: NY Auto Show: Tech In Driver's Seat

If you love cars and you love technology, there may be no better place in the world than the New York Auto Show, which kicks off this weekend.

Alex Wolfe got an early glimpse of this year's car fest, showcasing cutting-edge technology: hybrids, hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles, and 21st century twists on the muscle car, including Ford's venerable Mustang. The well-documented struggles of American names including Ford suggest they need innovation in these areas to reposition themselves for long-term viability. Trouble is, they remain behind the big Japanese manufacturers in the race to deliver alternative vehicles in production volumes; that's not a small consideration given our once-again soaring fuel prices.

In addition to a report on the show, Wolfe delivers some great photography to give you an early look into the future.

Speaking of photos, there was strong response to last week's call for reader photos. I'll publish what I think are the best next week, and ask you to pick a winner. Meantime, check out this Science Daily view of a spiral galaxy with fields in which new stars are being formed.

Tom Smith
tasmith@cmp.com
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2. Today's Top Story: Cars and Tech

New York Auto Show Preview: Hybrids, Minis, And Muscle Cars
From hydrogen-powered concept cars to the latest incarnation of the Mustang, the New York International Automobile Show is a showcase of cutting-edge car technology. Here's an opinionated take on the goings-on, along with a companion photo gallery of engine-equipped eye candy.

Eye Candy: See What's New In Auto Land


3. Last Week's Highlighted Coverage

Review: Three Cool Bluetooth Headsets
These snazzy new headsets feature new noise-canceling technology that lets you hold a quiet conversation without having to look for a phone booth.

10 Tips To Survive Online Tax Hacker And Phishing Attacks
As tax season moves into high gear, so do the phishers who are preying on people filing their tax returns. Here are tips on how to keep your money safe.

Only 12% Of Computer Users Plan Windows Vista Upgrade In '07: Poll
A lack of consumer faith in Microsoft's promises that Windows Vista will significantly improve their computing experience is what's behind the low numbers, said Milton Ellis, VP of Harris' Technology Group.

RadioShack Admits To Dumping Customer Records
The Texas attorney general filed two charges against RadioShack and is investigating whether the thousands of records dumped in a garbage bin have been used for identity theft.


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