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L.A. Auto Show roundup: All our tech-related car posts in one place

November 20, 2013|By Andrea Chang
  • A man drives a Google self-driving car in front of the company's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., in September. A German auto executive in a panel discussion at the L.A. Auto Show predicted that such cars would not be common on U.S. streets until 2025.
A man drives a Google self-driving car in front of the company's headquarters… (David Paul Morris / Bloomberg )

The Los Angeles Times' tech reporters are on the ground at the L.A. Auto Show this week, scoping out the coolest car technology news they could find.

Their coverage is housed over at our L.A. Auto Show blog, but we've also compiled links to their posts below for your convenience:

LTE coming to cars in 2014

Need a parking space? Check your console

Car whisperer apps liberate data from vehicles

When can we expect our cars to drive themselves?

And if you want to keep up with the latest auto show tech news, follow Salvador Rodriguez and Paresh Dave on Twitter.

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