We spend more than 20 days a year stuck in gridlock
Traffic effing sucks and that goes without saying. According to research done by the Boston Consulting Group, Manila drivers spend an average of 66 minutes each day stuck in traffic. And before you think that you're actually traveling long distances in
Building the industry standard
These days, our smartphone use is heavily linked to our driving. Whether you use your phone to navigate the roads or to listen to music, connectivity is a big thing for today's automotive consumers. To raise the industry standard, Ford and
Challenges people to create solutions
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. It may look like a remote-controlled toy, yet in reality it is what is known as a drone. These unmanned vehicles are piloted
You can even start your car remotely
Back in 2007, Ford changed the way we interacted with our cars. Ford SYNC was the first mass-market system that enabled drivers to perform simple in-car tasks--such as changing the radio station or making phone calls via voice commands.
Check out the new interface
Ford Motor Company recently introduced its latest multimedia and communications software, a system called SYNC 3. It's a much-improved entertainment hub, with better performance, a more conversational voice-recognition program, and a more intuitive touchscreen described as "smartphone-like."What
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