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Hear a bit about how Microsoft's efforts for Cortana in the car are coming together.
As we’ve seen both Apple and Google try new grounds in the automotive business, both companies have shown quite a different approach to the way you should interact with your vehicle. While Apple wants you to extend your iPhone towards it, Google wants you to have Android in your car. Now the odd thing is that Microsoft has pioneered vehicle interaction with services like Ford Sync, and we were wondering why the company hadn’t extended its reach and UI towards other vehicles in a unique way, though that question got answered today at its Build Conference.