As we touched base on last month, General Motors has now officially stated that its Warren, MI Technical Center will see a $130 million expansion for a new state-of-the-art Information Technology center.
OnStar. Social networking and text messaging. All rolled up into a neat package and integrated into your car. Are we the only ones excited about this?
Just what kind of technology with the Chevrolet Caprice PPV possess? Have a look!
OnStar is currently looking into writing its MyLink app for Blackberry and Windows devices — and is communicating with RIM and Microsoft about certain particulars.
More details have emerged on what we can expect from Chevy’s upcoming all-new Impala.
The most interesting question — and subsequent answer — is why someone simply can’t put an existing OnStar mirror (from a GM vehicle) into a non-GM car.
OnStar’s Nick Pudar Discusses Future Of Automotive Connectivity And Destination Management (With Video)
If nothing else, this ten-minute presentation will get you thinking about the plethora of possibilities where OnStar and the future of auto connectivity can go. Click past the break for the video (highly recommended).
It’s been apparent that many of you who read and comment on GM Authority own a 2010 General Motors vehicle that is not compatible with the OnStar MyLink smartphone app. Those in this situation are more or less bummed because there are several 2010 models that didn’t make the compatibility cut. So we did some question asking for you…
That’s right, folks, navigation in and/or for OnStar’s MyLink apps. Click past the break for the details!
Goodbye monochrome, hello color!
This fancy clutter-eliminating feature seems to be making its way to the upcoming Cadillac XTS, and hopefully the rest of Caddy’s future lineup.