You've probably heard a lot about Google's driverless cars
, but Microsoft is cooking up some cool automotive treats of their own. Kevin Dallas, the general manager of Microsoft Windows Embedded, took to the CeBit show in Hanover to discuss some of their ideas
with USA Today.
Imagine a world where you can fold your car up when you're not using it and tuck it into a drawer, or when you can get in a little gaming while on the commute. Microsoft is working with automotive companies
like Ford and BMW to make that world a reality, and they think they can get there by 2030.