Ford cars to get Microsoft software

Posted on Monday, Jan 01 2007 @ 17:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Ford made a deal with Microsoft to put some of the company's software into some cars:
The system, to be called Sync, includes a hands-free Bluetooth wireless system and an in-vehicle operating system that eventually will be an option for the entire Ford brand lineup, the Journal said.

Sync is designed to enable hands-free mobile-phone communication and other wireless information transfers in the car, including e-mail and music downloads, the sources told the paper.
More info on CNET.

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