FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen and German chipmaker Infineon have jointly developed technology that allows drivers to make calls without a wired hands-free device, they said on Monday. The so-called telematics unit will be made available to all carmakers and suppliers and will be piloted by Volkswagen from this autumn, the companies said in a joint statement. The move addresses both the need of carmakers to pile more add-ons into vehicles to tempt ...
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