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Ford is really starting to spice things up with its SYNC software.

The software, which 001 thinks is the best in the biz, is going to be getting some serious upgrades and new capabilities, according to Ford's head honchos.

Derrik Kuzak discussed design goals when it came to upping the SYNC's capabilities and mentioned that due to a partnership with the University of Michigan, the possibilities of new applications is limitless.

An example of an innovative application is a program that would allow drivers to warn others of weather ahead.

Kuzak said, "The sky, or should I say, the cloud is the limit."

CNET reports:

"LAS VEGAS--Ford CEO Alan Mulally says tech geeks will feel right at home in Ford cars.

Mulally is delivering the Thursday morning keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show, where he said "smart technology," such as access to smart phones, and fuel efficiency are core to Ford's strategy.

"Green technology and smart innovation are helping us serve our customers and differentiate Ford," Mulally said.

He started his talk noting how much online applications like Twitter and Facebook have changed dramatically in the past year. Ford's Sync software allows drivers to access these applications through smart phones using Sync's voice-activation features..."



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