While autonomous vehicles grab the spotlight, OEMs continue to push the connected car

While autonomous vehicles continue to grab headlines, most recently via California issuing road permits to multiple automakers for road testing, the "Connected Car" concept has progressed quietly on a number of fronts. At the recent Intelligent Transport System (ITS) World Congress, GM CEO Mary B...

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