AT&T, Uber to test college football streaming in connected cars

Under the partnership, ten Chevrolet Tahoe cars with AT&T wireless connectivity will do the rounds on four Saturdays in Detroit, Nashville, Houston and Atlanta in October and November, company spokesman Brett Levecchio said.
The vehicles will have four tablets in the back of headrests, wireless headsets and phone chargers.
Riders can watch a livestream of football games through AT&T’s U-verse TV app on tablets connected to its 4G LTE network, AT&T said in a statement.