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Owl Comes Out Of Stealth With a Dropcam For Your Car, Inside And Out

A company cofounded by a veteran of Apple’s iPod and iPhone teams aims to give similar polish to the humble dashboard camera. Once upon a time, Andy Hodge helped bring the world the iPod—a product that entered the still-emerging field of MP3 players and then nailed the idea so perfectly that it became synonymous with the category. Later in his decade-long tenure at Apple, he worked on the iPhone, which did much the same thing to smartphones.
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