Ford Motor Co. looks to lure young buyers to its upcoming ’11 Ford Fiesta B-car with the introduction of new software that enables users to access certain smartphone “apps” via the vehicle’s multi-media Sync system. Debuting on the Fiesta, due in dealerships later this year, Ford’s new AppLink software allows drivers to access certain applications on Android and Blackberry smartphones and control them via voice commands or vehicle controls. “The growth in smartphone mobile apps has been ...

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