Microsoft shows off Automotive products at CES 2009

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Not only did Microsoft have a huge presence at CES this year, but they also took their automotive presence to the next level with Sync, and integration of their Tell Me product. If you’re not familiar with Sync, the service is a automotive mobile entertainment and communication platform for your mobile devices and digital audio players. Now, the company is offering GPS and real-time traffic information and voice commands via Tell Me, adding to their slew of automotive specs. You can check out some of the Sync integration in the photo gallery below. Notice that the dashboard pictured is simply a digital screen, not a real dashboard like you and I have grown to love. Enjoy the gallery and I’m sure we’ll be seeing some more great new auto/Microsoft integration in the near future.

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    There has been more improvements from last year, especially with the GPRS service.