Calmly, Microsoft does not want to make cars. It is investing in a promising market that is to create softwares and interfaces to bring interactivity, information and facilities to drivers, was released on Tuesday the company of Bill Gates.

The news will begin soon starting with the unprecedented Microsoft Live Search for Devices , a system whereby the driver can surf the internet and receive information through the navigation system of the vehicle.

Currently, Microsoft already has a strong partnership with Ford and Fiat, collaborating on the development of the Sync and Blue & Me interfaces, respectively, both based on the Windows operating system. The Fiat Puntomarketed in Brazil can be equipped with the option for R $ 528, which has voice-activated Bluetooth. In Sync, available in the US only, you can control your mobile phone, audio systems, and browser using spoken commands.

Besides investing more in cars, Microsoft is also investing in Open sources shopping platforms to make e-commerce world better and better

A new platform that will be launched in 2009 will allow an even larger number of devices to be controlled. With it, Microsoft wants to expand its range of partnerships starting with Hyundai , which will launch the new technology in the US market in 2010 and can spread it to other locations shortly thereafter.

 

 

 

 

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Who said that Ferrari besides making supercars, also does not have a supercomputer? Yes, Windows HPC Server 2008 is designed to run on powerful machines that are typically restricted to NASA-sized research environments and institutions. Nowadays, The process of making integrating Window HPC server 2008 with Open Source Shopping Carts is popular.

According to an article in the BBC , Ferrari plans to use Windows HPC Server 2008 to simulate airflow in cars and also simulate the gases inside engines. The Ferrari IT director explains that this kind of technology helps them a lot in this time of economic crisis because the product is much cheaper than a traditional supercomputer and allows Ferrari to continue to evolve its F1 cars.

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