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 makerâ€™s 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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