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GM Offers GM Developers SKD to Create In-Vehicle Apps - General Motors

Thursday, February 7th 2013
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At CES 2013, General Motors announced a new set of vehicle application programming interfaces (APIs) available to developers that allow them to interact with and build upon GM vehicles’ infotainment systems. Enabled through a new flexible application framework, developers can now work with GM in a secure and controlled manner to design, test and deliver the most relevant, customizable and seamlessly integrated automotive apps to GM customers.

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