While every geek and his dog is prattling on about useless electronic wrist watches, this week Apple has quietly signalled its intention to push forward with its plans to enter the next real Silicon Valley frontier – electric cars. What’s more, Apple shareholders are pushing the cash-rich company to buy the number one e-car maker in the world, Tesla.
Forget Ford’s Model T, Tesla’s Model S smart electric car will have its machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity electrified by Telstra’s mobile network.
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