"Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedez-Benz with Google Projected Mode," sang Janis Joplin circa 2014.
Reports on Monday suggest Ford has ditched Microsoft for its in-car Sync tech, in favour of Canada's finest.
Are you ready for the next generation of in-car navigation and entertainment? Google and Audi reportedly have something big up their sleeves.
There's no shortage of in-car sat navs these days, but what if you're a biker in need of some GPS assistance on your journeys?
In DepthFord's touch and voice-controlled infotainment kit is here at last. But is it any good? To find out, TechRadar got its sticky fingers on a SYNC-equipped Ford Focus.
Ford is planning an in-car app store to allow developers to build software that will run in customisable displays in its new web-enabled cars.
Ford has revealed its latest in-car entertainment and control systems, with its new MyFord tech including the option to have Twitter feeds read to drivers.
Today at Microsoft Research TechFest 2009, visitors immersed themselves in technologies that promise to change the way people interact with computers, take advantage of new computing power from many core processors and make datacenters far more energy-efficient. The technologies were being shown as part of TechFest, the research lab's eighth annual innovation fair that draws thousands of Microsoft Corp. employees to view futuristic projects that grow out of the company's global investment in basic research. Many of the technologies demonstrated at TechFest ultimately make their way into the next generation of Microsoft products.