The OnStar vehicle communications service from General Motors recognizd the “good Samaritans” who call in other people’s problems on the road in a program Wednesday.
Where’s Santa? The folks in the OnStar network operations center in downtown Detroit will tell you Christmas Eve.
OnStar is expanding to offer its integrated safety, security and navigation services in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles sold in Mexico at an as-yet unspecified date in 2013.
The winds of Isaac are being felt at GM’s Renaissance Center headquarters.
With all the new features inside 2013 General Motors models, new OnStar buttons may not be the first thing drivers notice. However, the first OnStar redesign of what customers have seen in years will reflect more than just new logos.
Starting today, OnStar’s RemoteLink mobile app will be available to many more smartphone users. The app, written using HTML5 technology, is now available in BlackBerry App World for BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 users.
More than 100 million vehicles on the road today can add OnStar safety and security services through the FMV aftermarket mirror, but OnStar statistics show the biggest group of purchasers own 2011 model year vehicles followed by cars and trucks from the 2007 and 2012 model years.
The OnStar telematics service of General Motors Tuesday launched Family Link, an optional service the company piloted last year that will allow subscribers to stay connected to their loved ones when driving an OnStar-equipped vehicle.
For the second consecutive year, OnStar was awarded a Stevie Award, this time for “Best Use of Technology in Customer Service.”
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