Highlights from CEATEC 2008

Sights and sounds from Japan's cutting-edge IT and electronics comprehensive exhibition

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Look Ma, no keys! Mobile phones and cars are unusual driving partners but a new phone from Sharp may actually become a driver's best friend. The phone is the first with a built-in electronic car key. It's compatible with Nissan's "intelligent key" function, which works with 950,000 Nissan vehicles across various model lines, and was developed by the auto maker with Sharp and Japanese cellular carrier NTT DoCoMo.

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