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Also from cnet "Drivers will be able to download new apps directly to the vehicle's tablet from the R-Link Store. To build their library, Renault will launch a startup incubator program in France to encourage developers to build apps specifically for R-Link and the Zoe and Clio. Applications for the incubator project that will launch in March 2012 are due in January, and applications can be found on the City of Paris portal.