General Motors is rolling out a fleet of LTE-equipped cars this summer and launching a new app platform to boot.
General Motors is rolling out a fleet of LTE-equipped cars this summer, and launching a new app platform to boot.
Mary Chan, head of the automaker's global connected consumer business, says 98 percent of its customers have signed up for its 4G trials.
AT&T customers can add a GM connected car to their data plan for $10 a month, while OnStar subscribers get a discount.
The company is hoping a platform for services and a 5,000-square foot testing facility will convince the automakers to sign up for its connected services.
GM rolled out its first 4G-connected cars, and CNET was there to ride along and watch YouTube.
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Apple hasn't made a product announcement at the venerable trade show since 2009. As the event turns 30 years old, it looks to its future and place among other conferences.
GM will likely show off a 2016 version of its Chevrolet Volt next year, which should come in at a lower cost and be improved all around.