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Google hire former Ford CEO

A former CEO of the Ford Motor Company, Alan Mulally has joined the board at Google – a move which could signal a further emphasis on the company’s automotive technology. According to Phys.org Mulally joined on July 9th. And the timing could perhaps not be better, given a couple of recent high profile unveilings from the company. First off, there’s …

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James O'MalleyGoogle hire former Ford CEO

Ford Edge Concept first to feature full remote control self-parking

Ford has revealed its most high tech car to date. Announced in Los Angeles yesterday, The Ford Edge Concept features the latest driver-assist and semi-automated features designed to make driving safer. On board is Fully Assisted Parking Aid (see YouTube video below),…

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How automated control systems could be the future for Ford

If there's one thing that my trip with Ford to Belgium taught me it's that technology is set to play an increasingly important – perhaps vital – role in driving over the coming years.And we're not just talking advanced entertainment…

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Ford announce latest app additions to in-car AppLink system: TomTom join Spotify and others

Ford Motor Company have taken this year's IFA 2013 tech conference to reveal a number of new app additions to the company's in-car AppLink system. AppLink (which connects a smartphone to Ford's SYNC connected dashboard system) will welcome voice-activated versions…

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Gerald LynchFord announce latest app additions to in-car AppLink system: TomTom join Spotify and others

CeBIT 2011 PREVIEW: Ford SYNC

Click here for more images of the Ford SYNC system Car giants Ford took this week's CeBIT technology expo in Hanover, Germany, as an opportunity to announce the global launch of their new connected dashboard system, SYNC. Already available…

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Gerald LynchCeBIT 2011 PREVIEW: Ford SYNC