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General Motors Receives Patent To Sell ‘Geoboxed’ Radio Presets At Auction

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Old 09-29-2015, 08:07 AM   #1
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Default General Motors Receives Patent To Sell ‘Geoboxed’ Radio Presets At Auction

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General Motors recently received a patent allowing the automaker to sell your radio’s presets to the highest bidder at auction.


The patent — titled “System and method for auctioning geoboxed flexible, semi-locked or locked radio presets” — would let GM sell the presets to various bidders on different vehicles, Jalopnik reports, with each preset being geo-fenced.
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