GM to rely more on Google for infotainment features

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General Motors is integrating a range of Google applications into its cars, as customers want seamless integration between in-car infotainment and the devices they use at home and in the office.

General Motors is integrating a range of Google applications into its cars, as customers want seamless integration between in-car infotainment and the devices they use at home and in the office. The move by the US automaker indicates the industry may be slowly overcoming worries that high-tech specialists such as Google will take control of a key part of the vehicle, thereby depriving the car company of a big potential source of revenue.

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