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By Olga Kharif
You already have phone, TV, and Internet at home and the office. Why not in the car, too? No, drivers shouldn't get into the habit of watching Hulu videos while behind the wheel, but think of the possibilities for passengers. This BusinessWeek slide show highlights efforts by a host of companies, from wireless carriers AT&T (T) and Sprint Nextel (S) to automakers Ford (F) and General Motors (GM), to turn your vehicle into a mobile communications hub.