Sunday, August 09, 2009

Does "Jupiter Jack" answer critics of cell phone use while driving?

States are likely to ban not only texting and ordinary cell phone use while driving (maybe even eating and drinking pop or coffee). Safety experts say that even hands-free or Bluetooth devices present issues because the conversation is distracting as well as the use of hands.

Then will the Jupiter Jack for cars stand up to big government? The device, as advertised, makes it very easy to use a cell phone not only without hands but also without wires. I wonder.

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