Ford expands connected services division in mobile push

Ford is expanding its connected car efforts. The automaker said it will increase the number of vehicles that support its Sync AppLink offering, which is Ford's service that connects users' smartphones to their vehicles. The company also said it will enlarge the business unit--the Ford Connected Services Solutions Organization--that handles many of its mobile efforts. Ford also said it will soon unveil additional AppLink-capable mobile applications and support Nokia (NYSE:NOK) products via a push into Europe. Article

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