13 thoughts on “CNET On Cars – Car Tech 101: What exactly is a connected car?

  • March 14, 2013 at 18:38

    That "CNET" abbreviation is GENIUS! I'm honestly always going to recite "CNET" to myself every time I think about a car's features.

  • June 9, 2014 at 06:39

    When they said "Integrated 3G", what does that mean? Because there are several technologies and standards that come under the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 3G standard. Just on the GSM side, 3G started with UMTS, then got upgraded to 3.5G HSPA, than then evolved into 3.75G HSPA+, that then used Dual Cell/Dual Carrier MIMO tech to achieve a top theoretical downlink speed of 42Mbs.

  • October 5, 2015 at 06:45

    I'm a tech enthusiast and I'm not daunted by complicated things, but a lot of this stuff seems stupid, overkill, unnecessary, but most importantly, a security risk.

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