Fancy satellite broadband internet in your car? Step in, please

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WiFi and 3G/4G wireless connectivity may be the in-thing on our phones and tablets these days, but even cars are already having those built in too, though they are not quite mainstream yet. Still it isn’t rocket science to put in a 4G LTE radio module and SIM into a car to stay connected on the go.

Toyota Prius 2010

However, Toyota is already thinking beyond that. The Japanese carmaker wants to put satellite broadband connectivity in cars. No; your car won’t have to carry a parabolic dish on its roof. Toyota is counting on new flat panel technology for tracking satellites. Basically, your car would be able to stay connected out in the desert where there is no mobile coverage, if you are into that sort of thing.

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  1. There are satellite phones like Thuraya.

    You could have the same effect by simply having one placed / super glued on your dashboard.


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