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AddShould Our Windshields Look Like Video Games?

As we've learned recently, GM is hot on the trail of turning the entire windshield into a heads-up display. Its vision is to display pertinent vehicle information and even safety alerts on the glass. Placing more information in your line of sight means you wouldn't be forced to look down at the dashboard or into the center console. Sounds good, but is this really such a good idea? Should driving a real car resemble a video game? Purists will tell you that cars should have little more than four

34Video: GM explains next-generation heads-up display tech

GM explains next-generation heads-up display tech – Click above to watch the video after the jump

32GM gives us sneak peak of next-generation heads-up display technology

GM's next-generation HUD concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

5Build a better iDrive, get $5m in venture capital

From CNN Money's Business 2.0 Magazine, we've learned of a proposal that is anything but indecent. Business 2.0 asked several venture capitalists what projects they would like to fund. Knowing this can be a touchy subject, they were pleasantly surprised to get some of the VCs to divulge their pet projects. The result is an interesting list of 20 business ideas, including websites, applications, batteries and even a luxury housing development. The one that naturally caught our "i" was a call for

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