All cars will offer 3G or 4G wireless connections within four years, with the technology built into the radios rather than sent via smartphones, predicts Glenn Lurie, the head of AT&T's Emerging Devices unit, adding that the carrier is working with several automakers on embedding wireless entertainment. Intel agrees, saying smartphones and tablets are the only technologies growing faster than the connected car.
AT&T sees universal wireless links in cars by 2015
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