Hackers could wirelessly unlock the doors of more than 100 million Volkswagens, Audis, Fords, Nissans and Chevrolets made since 1995.
Apple's big investment in ridesharing service Didi Chuxing isn't just about improving Chinese relations. It could shape Apple's self-driving car initiative.
The Lemur BlueDriver is supposed to give drivers info about their cars, but lax authentication makes it a potential security disaster.
Inrix hopes to beat Apple and Google at their own game with a personalized assistant that does more than Android Auto or CarPlay.
How fast is Mach 24? A little over 18,000 miles per hour, which could allow the Antipode Concept jet to fly from NYC to London in the time it takes to eat lunch.
At CES 2016, Qualcomm announced two new processors specifically made to power the communications and infotainment systems in modern cars.
Here's a hands-on impression of VW's Budd-e, the techy reinvention of Volkswagen's Microbus from the 1950's that made its debut at CES 2016.
At CES 2016, Faraday Future went from unknown electric-car maker to the next big thing after it unveiled its 1,000 FF Zero concept car.
Mellifluous, yet powerful. Gracious, yet gutsy. An engineering and technical pleasure to drive, the 2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith is a truly unique vehicle.
The Cadillac ATS is a very pleasant, comfortable drive. Everything from the seats to the color heads-up display make the driver's task lighter.
New devices promise to add Wi-Fi to your car by plugging into the car's diagnostic port. That's a terrible and dangerous idea.
Hum is a third-party connected car device that brings OnStar-like functions to any car made after 1997.
A research paper Volkswagen had suppressed for two years described how to crack the code an ignition key sends to an ignition switch.
A white-hat hacker has built a $100 computer that exploits flaws in GM's OnStar app to take control of vehicles.
At the urging of federal regulators, Fiat Chrysler issued a recall to patch vehicles affected by a software hack revealed earlier this week.
Vinli is a $99 black box that attaches to the OBD II port in your car and adds 4G LTE Connection, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and helpful service apps.
It's time for other car makers to catch up to Hyundai, which has become the first company to ship Android Auto, as seen on the 2015 Sonata.
It's not electric, but with a turbo V6 engine and carbon-fiber body, the 600-horsepower GT supercar is greener than an average muscle car.
First Tesla revolutionized batteries for electric vehicles, now it's looking to do the same for homes with its Powerwall home battery.
Looking like something straight out of the movies, Chevy's FNR self-driving concept combines high tech and outrageous futuristic styling.
Here are pictures of the best cars of the 2015 New York Auto Show. Our favorite models range from a $2 million Aston Martin to a Smart car.
Jaguar's all-new XF features a redesigned infotainment system inspired by smartphones, sporting a 10.2-inch touchscreen and mobile app.
Dyson is investing $15 million in Sakti3, a company that's developing a solid-state lithium battery that promises to last twice as long as the lithium ion batteries that power many of today's devices.
A report says hackers can steal personal data from your car, or even remotely hijack it. Here's how they do it, and how you can stop them.
Progressive's Snapshot dongle has no security protocols whatsoever and could broadcast driver data to just about anyone.
From new flagship smartphones and quantum dot 4K TVs to fitness tracker clothes, here are the biggest trends to watch at CES 2015.
New patent suggests remote control of windows, doors and engine via an iPhone. With GPS, the car could even respond as you approach it.
Many cars have hidden entertainment and communication features that only need to be turned on. One hacker decided to find out how.