GM Talking Cadillac on Collision Course With Silicon ValleyBy and
Tech companies want to use airwaves reserved for automakers
FCC considering whether Wi-Fi, cars can share digital road
General Motors Co. is rolling out a sedan laden with gadgets that track other cars on the road and can automatically brake to avoid collisions, fulfilling a safety vision decades in the making.
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