XM Satellite Radio Inc. is talking with General Motors Corp. and the automaker's OnStar unit about using XM technology to provide improved in-vehicle services and functions, such as using a station for data transmission. XM Chief Executive Hugh Panero says using his company's technology could be a more cost-effective way for telematics providers such as OnStar to communicate with the car. “We're actually working with OnStar and General Motors,” Mr. Panero says, adding that the ...

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