The talks could see
The move from the American technology giant could enable drivers to use its software to access music, navigation, apps and services similar to those offered on Android smartphones.
While several of these services require an internet connection, it is not clear at this stage how
The plans, set to be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, come after rival Apple announced its "iOS in the Car" initiative in June, which aims to give drivers and passengers direct access to the functionalities of iOS devices via native in-car control systems. Apple and
"The car is becoming the ultimate mobile device," said
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