"Sync" keeps hands-off phones, iPods in cars

12/27/2007 | TechNewsWorld

New technology from Microsoft will enable drivers to use voice-activated commands to make phone calls or use digital-music players. The "Sync" system, which will be installed in new Ford, Mercury and Lincoln vehicles, will let drivers link up music players through a connector in the boot between the driver and passenger seats, as well as use Bluetooth technology to allow hands-free cell phone use.

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