Tweddle Group Technologies
has announced a new partnership with Slacker
, which will give drivers in-vehicle access to one of the world's most complete music services. Slacker gives listeners access to millions of songs and more than 200 expert-programmed stations for free, and will be available in 2013 automobiles from select manufacturers. The partnership will also expand Tweddle's streaming music services coverage into Canada.
Tweddle's connected services platform enables infotainment and vehicle services using the driver's mobile phone or an embedded cellular modem. The cloud- and client-based solution brings drivers a full connected
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