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RadioTime Powers In-Car Web Radio
Dallas - Mar 4, 2010 - Mini has integrated the RadioTime Web radio service into its Mini Connected option, which offers a USB interface for optimum integration of the Apple iPhone in the car's audio and infotainment system. The Mini Connected option makes Mini the first car manufacturer to offer this function in a regular production car.
The Mini Connected option features a Web radio function based on the RadioTime directory that leverages the iPhone's Internet connection to tune AM/FM and Internet-only radio stations. The driver chooses the station the usual way through the car's audio and infotainment system.
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