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Renault, Nissan and Microsoft partner on connected driving

Renault, Nissan and Microsoft have announced that they are working together on connected driving technologies. The partnership is expected to deliver developments in vehicle navigation, maintenance prediction, remote control and monitoring, mobile platforms and over-the-air updates... Continue Reading Renault, Nissan and Microsoft partner on connected driving Category: Automotive Tags: Con
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