Toyota cars to be driver's 'friend' in social network service


TOKYO, May 23 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp and cloud computing company Inc will build a social network service that will enable owners to become "friends" with their cars and get friendly, tweet-like reminders for maintenance checks and other notices. The deal marks the second tie-up between the world's biggest automaker and a software company in as many months. Toyota and Microsoft Corp last month announced plans to bring Internet-connected services to Toyota's cars across ...

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