The future of city driving—at least in theory—sounds amazing. We’ll have digital assistants in our vehicles to book last-minute restaurant reservations, and we’ll never have to touch a steering wheel again because our cars will drive themselves. At CES, I got a glimpse of how this technology is coming along, and…
It doesn't seem like there would be that many reasons to turn your car into a wifi hotspot, but consumers now demands to be connected to the web on all their devices all the time. There's wifi on planes and wifi in trains and now, with GM, there's wifi in cars. Surprisingly, the in-car wifi works the best right now.
AT&T and Honeywell have made an agreement in principle, under which Honeywell will develop exclusive aircraft hardware that will connect to AT&T's planned air-to-ground 4G LTE network in the U.S. by the end of 2015.
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