Microsoft in your car


Steven Bridgeland, Senior Product Manager for Windows Embedded Automotive, has been filming a segment on the NBC Bay Area program Press:here. Steven’s segment with host Scott McGrew also included Maggie Shiels of the BBC and Rich Jaroslavsky of Bloomberg BusinessWeek to discuss trends in the automotive infotainment market, Microsoft’s strategy and key automakers leading the effort, including Ford.

If you’ll be in the Bay Area this weekend, the segment airs on Sunday at 9:00 a.m. It’s also available online now here:

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  1. Lee says:

    Thanks for sharing Olivier.  Its such a shame that there are so many issues with the MyFord Touch system in my 2011 Edge… otherwise I'd really enjoy Stevens points.  Its either terrible Ford hardware or the Auto platform is flawed.  Bluetooth doesn't hold its connection, the system crashes and I see embedded windows error messages flash up on the screen to name a couple.  Sure it would probably have been wise that Flash Lite wasn't used and it would be great if Ford upgraded to the latest version of Automotive… bringing Silverlight and all that goodness.

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