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In its Kanata testing garage, BlackBerry envisions a car that anticipates your next move

OTTAWA — Like it or not, our smartphones are increasingly trying to anticipate our actions: iPhones silence your messages when they sense you’re in the car; Google Drive moves documents to the top of the list around the time you usually open them.

BlackBerry will demonstrate its new Ivy connected-vehicle technology this week at one of the world’s biggest technology trade shows, presenting a vision of the future where cars have similar wherewithal, hinting at the practical implications for car owners as automakers increasingly tout software-as-a-selling point.

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