Carmakers let app developers drive innovation

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    gogogo

    As long as it is not an apple I'm fine with it. An apple would try to tell me how to drive and more than likely tell me where to go.

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    badsey3

    The truck also includes the option of using a 3G cellular phone chip inside the vehicle itself to become a Wi-Fi hotspot for $15 a day. That could be an attractive feature for people who might want to use the truck for a tail-gate party.

    http://www.driveuconnect.com/features/wifi/

    There is no price set for this yet, but there is no way people will pay $15 a day to become a wifi hotspot when you can get that feature and tethering for free (sometimes takes a phone hack) and I believe AT+T charges $20 a month extra for it (existing data plan). I do like all the new features plans like this offer for cars, but do i really need it or will I use them (great for travelers).

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