General Motors’ effort to turn its cars into mobile hubs may give consumers easier access to applications and services that call for high-speed cellular or data connections.
will equip more than 30 models with fourth-generation Wi-Fi [4G LTE] hot spots by year’s end, allowing consumers to connect up to seven mobile devices at once and to remain connected up to 50
feet away from the vehicle. The move shows how connected-car interest is driving automakers to introduce the new technology into more and more models.
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