The Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group and Microsoft Corp. sign a long-term agreement to develop advanced-generation, voice-activated infotainment systems, with the first application scheduled for release on a Hyundai or Kia vehicle in the U.S. in 2010. The deal was signed today at a private ceremony at the Lotte Hotel in Seoul. The two companies say they have been working together to develop a relationship since 2006. HKAG will invest $166 million over the next five years on ...

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