General Motors Corp.’s OnStar subsidiary and XM Satellite Radio Inc. announce new services to aid in the recovery of missing children. OnStar’s 2.5 million subscribers now will be able to press the red OnStar emergency button to report the location of missing child. OnStar will relay the call to local authorities. XM also now will broadcast Amber Alert information on its traffic and weather stations. The information only will be broadcast in the city where the Amber Alert has been ...
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