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posted in June 2008
Using a Mobile Phone with Ford Sync
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At the Telematics Update conference, Microsoft demonstrates using a mobile phone on Ford Sync.
Microsoft’s Ford Sync Media Library
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Watch this demonstration of Microsoft’s media library on Ford Sync, performed at the Telematics update 2008.
Fujitsu’s Multiple In-Car Video Streams
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Fujitsu demonstrates multiple in-car video streams on IEEE 1394 at the Telematics Update conference.
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
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With V-to-V communication, vehicles can pass constant stream of information between one another that tells their exact location and speed relative to one another.
Vehicle Self-Navigation, Interaction Becomes A Reality
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DARPA explains how electronic driver-assist technologies have gone to the next level, with autonomous navigation and interaction featured in the DARPA Urban Challenge.
GM Trades Trucks for Hybrids
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Chevy Volt remains a high priority
Wind River, Intel Bring Linux to Infotainment
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6/2/2008  Post a comment
Companies hope open source will appeal to automakers




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