Ford-Microsoft software unveiled

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  1. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Microsoft and Ford have unveiled a system to enable voice-activated music and telephone calls for car drivers.

    The "Sync" platform, introduced at the Detroit auto show, will be available in 12 Ford vehicles this year.

    Drivers will be able to say contacts' names in English, French or Spanish, or tell the car which song they want to hear from their MP3 player.

    "The market potential is absolutely enormous," said Mark Fields, Ford's president for the Americas.

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    i hate Microsoft's monopoly everywhere...
     
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    With Google OS round the corner you can have some relief. I am not sure about it but some where in the forum I read it.
     

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