If you spend a lot of time in your car and love your wireless devices, Chrysler may have the car for you.
The Chicago Auto Show will showcase a new offering from the company that's available in any Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge. Basically, it turns your car into a WiFi hot spot so you can surf the 'Net on your laptop, send photos from a WiFi-enabled camera or do anything else you would with a normal wireless Internet connection.
The technology is called Uconnect Web, and it was developed by Autonet Mobile. The basic package costs $1,100 to install and includes a year of service and a mini PC. A more high-end package for $1,999 has everything from the basic plan and also includes a WiFi-enabled camera and a WiFi game player.
And if you're wondering how you'd even use WiFi in your car, here's a site with a lot of cool ideas.