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Sony President and CEO Kazuo Hirai talks about the use of Sony imaging sensors in autonomous driving applications at the CES electronics show Jan. 8 in Las Vegas.   © Reuters
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CES electronics expo blurs lines between auto and tech

Sony stuns with first car sensor while Toyota unveils mobile restaurant

HISASHI IWATO and MASAAKI KUDO, Nikkei staff writers | South Korea

LAS VEGAS, U.S. -- The CES electronics show, the largest of its kind on the planet, is shaping up as a venue wedding big-name automakers with high-technology companies looking to capitalize on a rapidly transforming industry.

Sony and Panasonic's new frontiers

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