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  1. GM ‘Working on Distracted Driver Sensor’

    General Motors wants your attention. The Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac maker reportedly plans to scan drivers’ eyes and heads in order to warn against distracted driving. It’s part of automotive companies’ efforts to steer some of the buzz — and driving gadgetry business — away from tech companies. The once-creaky auto behemoth is capturing imaginations as well as market share, offering an app for checking the car’s health while junior is driving. But there’s a fine line between signaling danger and driving one to distraction.

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