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Hands-free driving to become a reality

Car crashes are the cause of 1.27 million deaths a year, and technology companies are striving to drastically reduce this figure. Though Google's driverless cars are grabbing headlines, Cruise RP-1 is a hands-free driving system for normal cars, due for release in 2015.

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