2013 What Apps for GM Cars
We've known for quite some time that applications are visiting vehicles.
Based on Cnet, General Motors views following this year clients must see signs of the, and it's found a solution to these problems.
That provides GM the ability to price for a software -- in BringGo's situation, about $50 -- without having to offer bandwidth for updates.
It would appear that the automaker really wants to be considered a top person inside the application industry, although GM didn't get in-to great detail about its methods.
Knowing from GM's talk to Cnet, however the automaker would rather produce applications that live in the cars them-selves, rather than having auto-mobiles behave as dumb terminals that only reveal smartphone shows. That might be an unusual but very interesting move ahead GM's element.
So long as GM's app methods satisfy NHTSA's in the pipeline recommendations for preoccupied-driving protection, we're excited to-see exactly what the company pops up with. And no matter what goes on, making greater use of applications may be the perfect match for GM's car connection methods, that'll make 4G LTE support and wifi locations nearly ubiquitous in new GM cars by next year. Demonstrably, GM is planning to have a leadership position in-the linked car motion.
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