Apple Computer Inc.’s ubiquitous iPod music player will be synching with General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Mazda for “seamless” integration on dozens of ’07 models. The Cupertino,CA-based company says it will partner with the three auto makers to provide iPod loyalists improved technology to play the device through their car’s stereo system. Apple previously has partnered with other OEMs, such as Volkswagen AG, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Chrysler Group and BMW AG, but the latest GM ...
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