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- BYE-BYE, CD PLAYERS. Sedgwick, David // Automotive News;1/16/2012, Vol. 86 Issue 6499, p0028
The article presents a preview of Sonic RS infotainment systems from General Motors Corp.
- Beyond OnStar and Sync: What's next? Geist, Laura Clark // Automotive News;12/17/2007, Vol. 82 Issue 6286, p3
The article reports on next-generation automotive telematics systems, with specific reference to General Motors Corp.'s Onstar and Microsoft Corp.'s Syn telematics systems. OnStar connects a vehicle to the outside world, such as a call center or help in case of emergencies. Sync links a...
- GM adds hands-free e-mail services to next lineup of cars. Schwartz, Ephraim // InfoWorld;04/10/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p10
Reports on the move of General Motors Corp. to deploy in-vehicle computer and Internet services in its vehicle brands. Features of the computer system for the automobiles; Capabilities of the Infotainment system; Efforts of General Motors to develop business applications for the telematics system.
- Mercedes 2000 S-class to offer teleaid. Bruno, Antony // RCR;01/11/99, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p22
Announces an agreement between Motorola Inc. and Mercedes-Benz for the incorporation of a telematics system called TeleAid into all 2000 model Mercedes-Benz S-class sedans in North America. System features; Background information about Motorola's Telematics Communications Group.
- Korean supplier snatches some OnStar telematics work. Bowens, Greg // Automotive News;5/30/2005, Vol. 79 Issue 6150, p8
The article informs that Korean supplier LG Electronics Inc. has broken Motorola Inc.'s stranglehold on supplying OnStar telematics equipment for General Motors Corp.'s vehicles. LG has received contracts to supply the telematics hardware for the 2007 Buick LaCrosse and Pontiac Grand Prix. A...
- GM to expand its OnStar service. Halliday, Jean // Advertising Age;11/12/2001, Vol. 72 Issue 46, p48
This article reports that General Motors Corp. (GM) will expand the capabilities of its wireless OnStar automotive telematics system to handheld mobile communications systems in the first-quarter 2002. Collecting fees for navigational and communications services is a revenue generator for GM....
- IN-CAR COMPUTERS GET A DRIVING PERMIT. Fisher, Dennis // eWeek;10/30/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 44, p37
Focuses on the battle for dominance in the marker for in-car computing or telematics in the United States. Open platforms for in-car computing announced by Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc.; Share of General Motors Corp.'s OnStar service of the market.
- OnStar: GM maps out plan fro its navigation system. LaReau, Jamie // Automotive News;9/4/2006, Vol. 81 Issue 6219, p22
The article focuses on the plans of General Motors Corp. to expand the automobile navigation systems market through the Turn-by-Turn Navigation system of its OnStar telematics network. Over 2 million vehicles of the company with factory-installed OnStar telematics network will be launched in the...
- Onstar may bleed subscribers. Kisiel, Ralph; Moran, Tim // Automotive News;3/12/2007, Vol. 81 Issue 6246, p1
The article reports that General Motors Corp. must dump 10 percent of its OnStar subscribers because OnStar must cut off service to vehicles equipped with outdated analog telematics equipment. OnStar provides a range of telematics services including 24-hour roadside assistance, stolen-vehicle...