Ford Motor Co.’s new in-vehicle Wi-Fi system will accommodate emerging 4G wireless networks when they become widely available. Because the new system is software-based and piggybacks on Ford’s multi-media Sync platform, it is upgradable, spokesman Alan Hall says. And unlike competitive systems, there is no associated monthly subscription fee. “With Sync,we’re able to leverage the devices you already have and pay for,” he says. The Ford system requires an “air card.” Inserted in Sync’s ...

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