Sunday, December 22, 2013

A Car Monitor That Also Talks to Facebook - NYTimes.com

On a related note, see A Virtual Alternative to the Hot Pursuit (NYT)
"The hardware side of Zubie is a Fig Newton-size “key” that plugs into a car’s OBD-II diagnostics port, a receptacle found in all vehicles built since 1996, usually under the dashboard. The Zubie unit has a GPS receiver and its own cellular data connection, keeping the car in touch anywhere a cell signal is available. The $99.95 price includes a year of unlimited tracking and monitoring at less than half the cost of competitors like Audiovox’s Car Connection."
A Car Monitor That Also Talks to Facebook - NYTimes.com
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