This webOS-powered vehicle recognizes your face, senses your movements and entertains the crap out of you.
Sony's CES press conference ends with the surprise appearance of an electric car prototype Sony built to show off how its components can aid car makers.
Arcimoto believes its FUV should be the future of personal mobility. It's sure fun to drive — even if it’s a bit intimidating in New York traffic.
The FordPass smartphone app still lets a rental-car customer control a vehicle five months after it was returned.
Apple could be making a self-driving car, but when might it arrive and how would it be different than Tesla's offerings? Here's what you need to know.
Tesla’s entry-level Model 3 luxury sedan starts at $39,900. Here's everything you should know if you're interested in buying one.
Starting this summer, Google will add a new interface with a more intuitive user interface to its Android Auto experience.
The 2020 Sonata packs more style and technology than Hyundai's bread-and-butter midsize sedan ever has.
In the future, you’ll be able to communicate with your BMW simply by pointing and talking. Here's a closer look at BMW's Natural Interaction initiative.
At long last, Toyota will give Android Auto some love, with some car and truck models adding the in-car infotainment platform.
Apple's bid to build self-driving software and perhaps even its very own electric car has suffered another setback.
The SPH-10BT leverages your handset's display and processing power to offer an affordable touchscreen experience in older cars.
BMW previewed the user interface of its upcoming iNEXT semi-autonomous car at CES. Here's how it felt to "drive."
New cigarette-lighter dongles from JBL and Anker teach old cars new tricks by putting Google Assistant in the entertainment system.
Cars with Qualcomm chips will grant full access to the Amazon media suite, Alexa's smarts and natural language instructions.
With facial recognition, 4G connectivity, five touchscreens and fast electric charging, Byton's M-Byte may be more smartphone than car.
Startup Byton turned heads at CES last year for its pillar-to-pillar dashboard touch screen in its prototype electric SUV. Now, it's adding even more screens to the mix.
From TVs you can roll up like a poster to 5G networks that are finally getting real, these are the biggest trends we expect to see at CES 2019.
Researchers have come up with a 120-kilowatt wireless technology that can wirelessly charge a car almost as efficiently as a high-speed charger. It could lead to charging cars as they drive.
According to Elon Musk, Tesla cars’ autopilot cameras will turn into dashcams with the incoming Tesla Software v9 update
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