UPDATE 1-Ford, Microsoft align to recharge cars


* Microsoft, Ford team up to charge cars at home * Microsoft Hohm designed to help manage demand on grid * Consumers can time car charging when power costs are low By Soyoung Kim NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co and Microsoft Corp on Wednesday announced an online application designed to help owners of Ford plug-in electric vehicles manage home electricity use while the vehicles recharge. Microsoft Hohm will be offered to Ford car owners for free, the two companies said ...

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