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Tech Watch: device can prevent driver from texting and driving

8:45 AM, Jan. 13, 2013
TextBuster can be set up to prevent texting, e-mailing and surfing the web while the car is in motion. (Gannett/File)
TextBuster can be set up to prevent texting, e-mailing and surfing the web while the car is in motion. (Gannett/File)
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Silverlit revs up the concept of remote control vehicles with the introduction of the Mercedes SLS, an interactive Bluetooth-controlled car that can blast streaming iTunes music in between racing around your living room floor. Designed to work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, the car revs its engine when you press the virtual gas pedal.

Steering is easy via the free app: Tilt your device forward to speed ahead, tilt it left to turn left and lean it back to reverse. Just don't be surprised if your heavy foot (or hand) leads to a few crashes. No worries, however. You ...

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