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After a one-year delay, Ford Motor Co. has begun to offer a plug-in device that lets owners of older Fords use their smartphone to start, lock and unlock the vehicle, as well as other functions.
The cellular industry is plowing ahead with 5G, but will it make sense for the auto industry to tap into the network?
Dealership websites still are the primary portal for making online service appointments. But more consumers are ditching desktop and laptop computers and doing business on their smartphones.
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