We brought you the story of cracking computer codes that could read your car's diagnostics well enough to tell independent mechanics what that darn "check engine" light really means. That was back in June. Now it seems the little bugger is going to be sold as a consumer electronic called AutoXray. You can read all about it on BloggingDEMO.com a new Weblogs Inc. site created to cover the emerging technology conference going on right now in Scottsdale, Arizona. It's like an auto show for geeks. Just kidding, we're all geeks just with different passions.
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