General Motors is working to enhance its in-car entertainment platform to make it more user friendly and appeal to people who are growing up with streamlined connected devices, chief executive Dan Akerson says. Starting in 2014, the automaker will sell models with built-in Internet access for streaming video in the back seat, a feature that analysts say will be a selling point for consumers. "People want to walk into their car and have it behave just the way the little piece of metal that fits in their pocket can do," said Alexander Edwards of research firm Strategic Vision.

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