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Teen Creates Device to Track Speeding 727 727

An anonymous reader writes "A teen in Massachusetts has created a device that he hopes will help prevent traffic fatalities among teenagers. The unit plugs into a car and uses GPS to track and report on speeding — but only while the car exceeds a limit set by parents, so as to minimize invasion of the teen's privacy."

Comment Re:google sucks (Score 2, Funny) 213 213

Didn't think google would be interested in that sort of thing......Cheezy if you ask me

You didn't think that a huge corporation would be interested in making more money? Maybe you should call up Google and let them know that they should start making decisions based on what you think is "cheezy".

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