Microsoft says its Windows CE for Automotive technology is featured in the computing and communications systems of 12 car models from five auto manufacturers worldwide. It is gaining a foothold. Acunia, long a strong proponent of "open architecture" in telematics, is porting the Windows operating system on its Intel Xscale-based XINGU embedded processing platform. "Operating systems today have their specific needs as determined by processing solutions," says Bart Plackle, business ...

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