Ford Turns Its New Cars Into Virtual Computers

Sunday, 29. May 2011

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Another step closer to the combined car and computer. Ford’s new Focus will allow you to create a Wi-Fi hotspot in your car by using the 3G connection from a smartphone. Ford’s SYNC system accesses a phone’s signal via Bluetooth and shares it with up to 5 compatible devices, simultaneously allowing them to surf the Internet. The set up, due to be launched next year, means that drivers can access Ford approved apps on the dashboard display without the cost of another 3G chip. However, before you rush to place your order you need to check that your phone is compatible, some aren’t and some require what is known as a ‘tethering’ package. By Graham Hill

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