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CES 2014 in depth: The Verge reports

10
Jan
2014

Apart from the engine, wheels, seats, and enormous difference in size, 2015 Chevys will be nearly indistinguishable from smartphones: General Motors is announcing at CES today that next years lineup with be available with built-in LTE and an app store. LTE, meanwhile, has been in the works since an announcement in February of last year. AppShop looks and feels like a rudimentary iOS App Store or Google Play, presenting a list of available apps thats called up by tapping an icon on the cars touchscreen. Downloaded apps can be updated automatically, rearranged on the home screen, and deleted at will.

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