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Here's what you can do with GM's internet-connected cars

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There will be more change in the car industry in the next five year than there's been in the last 50, according to GM. And a big part of that will be thanks to OnStar connectivity, which will let our cars be internet-enabled and interactive. Phil Abram, GM's chief infotainment officer, is in charge of creating that new user experience. Take a look at what he's got in store.


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