On Wednesday, Florida resident Jorge Jove clearly couldn’t stomach the sight of an AT&T work truck parked out front of his house. Naturally, police say, he retrieved a revolver and started shooting out the tires and engine.
In-car wifi is equal parts mind-bending and irresponsible-seeming. But you know you want it, and you’ve only been able to get it in brand new cars that are already computers on wheels. Until now, that is!
Tesla has announced that all of its cars will be equipped with an AT&T chip for connections like roadside assistance and stolen-vehicle location. Problem is that AT&T is consistently panned for dropped calls and bad service. Is this a smart decision?
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