The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
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Brian Cooley takes a ride on GM's newest two-wheeled electric concept car, called the En-v, at CES 2011 in Las Vegas
General Motors reveals a new concept in rear-seat entertainment technology that uses the windows as interactive displays.
Automotive News reports on GM's plans to test its EN-V personal mobility vehicle.
The autonomous electric two-seater is being redesigned for driver comfort and donning a Chevy badge before it's released into the wild for real-world testing.
Web video of General Motors' new EN-V concept car. GM's Chris Borroni-Bird explains how the zero-emission vehicle will change transportation in the future.
Remember the EN-V personal transport vehicles we showed you back in March? General Motors has only gone and built the thing -- and our chums over at CNET.com have tried it out.
In addition to its next generation infotainment system, GM will be showing off the three electric two-seater EN-V concepts it debuted at the 2010 Expo in Shanghai last March.
The OnStar RemoteLink app, which can unlock and remote start your car, has landed on Windows Phone.
General Motors spent $10M in Facebook ad money badly and got a lousy response, I'm told by a knowledgeable-but-opinionated person. It's part of a pre-IPO backlash over Facebook's heavy reliance on ads for revenue.
By donating unused materials, General Motors lends a helping hand to Detroit's most needy.