Music service Pandora has inked a deal with Pioneer to put its service in the company’s in-car entertainment systems. However, it sounds like it’ll require an iPhone to work – when it’s docked with the car stereo, the user’s Pandora settings will be detected, allowing them to play their stations through the in-car system – which will cost a hefty $1,200. Pioneer will start marketing the device in March, with Pandora founder Tim Westergren claiming it will change internet radio from being “a computer thing” to being “an anytime, anywhere thing.” Source: PaidContent

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