REDMOND, WA – People are spending more hours behind the wheel of their cars, so Microsoft Corp. has developed a way that lets them more easily take their home electronics on the road. “One of the things we find in general in our consumer research is people are busier than ever before, but they still want to stay connected with family and friends,” says Todd Warren, Microsoft corporate vice president-Devices, Services and eXperiences Group. “Our vision is really to make the car another ...
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