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Briefly: iSteve trailer goes live, Spotify adds Ford SYNC support

updated 01:46 pm EDT, Tue April 2, 2013

iSteve trailer now online

Funny or Die has released a teaser trailer for iSteve, its parody movie based on the life of Steve Jobs. First announced last month and slated for release on April 15, iSteve will be a 60-75 minute film that stars Justin Long, who became known in the Apple community for his part in the "Mac vs. PC" commercials, as Steve Jobs. While Funny or Die has branded its film as "The first Steve Jobs movie," it is certainly not the only one currently making its rounds in the news. Ashton Kutcher's Jobs premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January but is now experiencing a delayed release, while Aaron Sorkin's film that is based on material from Walter Isaacson's authorized biography has yet to begin production.

Spotify now includes support for Ford SYNC

An updated version of the Spotify iOS app that offers support for Ford's voice-controlled SYNC AppLink platform has been released. Users with a Premium account can now access all of their Spotify playlists and radio stations using the hands-free platform integrated into the latest Ford vehicles. Through Ford SYNC apps can be controlled through both voice commands and buttons on the steering wheel. In addition, the update also fixes an issue that prevented users from viewing their friend's top tracks.




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