Which of these cutting-edge technologies has NHTSA rejected?

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Pandora, the music-streaming service, has found its way into about two dozen brands of cars since it inked a deal with Ford Motor Co. in 2010. But thanks to NHTSA’s distracted-driving guidelines, automakers may have to rethink how they present a key feature of the service: album art. At first, NHTSA suggested that navigation screens in cars should not display any images that are unrelated to driving. Automakers protested, saying that scrolling through album art and faces of phone contacts could be more intuitive than reading lines of text and thus reduce driver distraction.