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Kia Ovi is Kia's new infotainment center that is built upon the Microsoft 's automotive platform that also powers Ford's Sync. Neowin was able to get a hands on overview of the infotainment center...
Microsoft and Kia will unveil a Ford Sync competitor at CES next week. Named Uvo, it is based on the Microsoft Auto software platform, now known as the Windows Embedded Auto software platform. According to...