US: Chevy unveils wireless smartphone application

Chevrolet’s upcoming Volt extended range hybrid will offer a new wireless smartphone application from OnStar that allows owners to use a Blackberry, Apple iPhone or Motorola Droid to remotely control and monitor certain vehicle functions, such as setting the charge time or unlocking the doors. The Volt is scheduled to It’s time to log in … Continued

Chevrolet’s upcoming Volt extended range hybrid will offer a new wireless smartphone application from OnStar that allows owners to use a Blackberry, Apple iPhone or Motorola Droid to remotely control and monitor certain vehicle functions, such as setting the charge time or unlocking the doors. The Volt is scheduled to

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