Ford Sync sets pace in race for voice-controlled radio

03/27/2008 | Broadcast Newsroom

The race is on for voice recognition in factory car radios now that Ford Sync has taken the lead with a $400 model co-developed with Microsoft. Sync's low-cost radio lets users play music from iPods or cell phones and allows hands-free control through voice command. Drivers also can place calls or have text messages read aloud.

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