General Motors is making it easier for drivers to access the Internet. GM is launching a built-in broadband connection on more than 30 vehicles by the end of the year. Drivers would reportedly have to pay anywhere from $5 to $50 depending on how much data they use. This 4G connectivity feature will allow drivers to create a wireless hot spot in their vehicles. That means not only can you use your own device to search the Internet, but your kids can bring their tablets in the car for backseat entertainment.
It seems bigger may be better, at least according to a new phone study. It shows smartphones with screens 5 inches or bigger soared 370% in the first quarter compared to last year.
Here's some news coming on the heels of the Comcast/Time Warner deal struck earlier this year. AT&T is reportedly in talks with DirecTV for about $50 billion. That would make it a big part of the pay-TV industry.
The NFL's online shop scored its biggest draft weekend in history thanks in part to sales of Michael Sam's jersey. Sam, who is openly gay, was drafted by the St. Louis Rams. Since the draft, his jersey has been the number two seller behind Johnny Manziel's.