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GM, Rival Automakers Aim To Provide Wireless Phone Charging, But Is It Too Soon?

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http://gmauthority.com - Car manufacturers at one point were behind the times when it came to implementing new technology, largely due to the high-price of R&D and cost scalability. Now, many manufacturers like General Motors have decided to lead by example by rolling out a barrage of new tech features like OnStar 4G LTE, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. But what about installing features that customers have yet to embrace, like wireless phone charging?

GM’s OnStar To Bring AtYourService Offers To RemoteLink Mobile App

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http://gmauthority.com - Back in January, General Motors’ telematics subsidiary, OnStar, announced AtYourService - a new service and platform that provides customers with merchant and retailer offers. OnStar has now announced plans to bring AtYourService to its RemoteLink mobile application. The service is currently available in the US through OnStar advisors to any subscriber with a paid OnStar plan.

OnStar RemoteLink to Add AtYourService

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http://media.gm.com - OnStar AtYourService, a multichannel platform providing customers with merchant and retailer offers, will soon be available through the OnStar RemoteLink mobile application, allowing users to save money and discover value.

GM’s OnStar Now Operating In Four Continents, 19 Countries

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http://gmauthority.com - One of the growth strategies of the “new” General Motors has been to expand the presence of its OnStar telematic service around the world. And boy has it done so, expanding into 14 new markets during 2015 alone.

2015 Cadillac Escalade Named One Of The Most Hackable Vehicles

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http://gmauthority.com - Vehicle hacking has become a hot topic as of recent, with many manufacturers being affected, including General Motors’ OnStar system. But, the 2015 Cadillac Escalade has recently been named by forensic consultants PT&C/LWG as one of the most hackable vehicles sold in the United States.