Ford cars will offer Twitter

Ford executives outlined a number of the new features, which are activated by voice or touch commands to minimise driver distraction, in a keynote speech at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) here on Thursday.

The new internet services, which require a mobile phone with a Bluetooth connection, are a Twitter application built by developer OpenBeak, Pandora music radio and Stitcher, a personalised newscast service. Company Chief Executive Alan Mulally said “the features will eventually have a place in every Ford vehicle and not just our luxury models.”

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