Ford Motor Co. says it has developed in-car applications of three popular Web-based services that will work with its Sync multimedia system. During a speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today, Doug VanDagens, director of the auto makerâs Connected Services Organization, says Ford has added Pandora Internet music service, the Stitcher news service and OpenBeak, a mobile version of the popular social networking site Twitter. All three applications can be accessed via voice ...
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