Looking like something straight out of the movies, Chevy's FNR self-driving concept combines high tech and outrageous futuristic styling.
Not content with the traditional dashboard, Mini unveiled its Augmented Vision goggles to project vital driving info straight to your eyes.
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.
Apple is hitting the road - the iPhone maker is reportedly prepping an electric car slated for 2020.
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.
Following up its CarPlay integration in fall 2014, Pioneer is adding three new in-dash receivers featuring Android Auto for 2015.
Audi debuts its revamped connected car system with your choice of both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, coming on its next Q7 luxury SUV.
From new flagship smartphones and quantum dot 4K TVs to fitness tracker clothes, here are the biggest trends to watch at CES 2015.
Google wants its Android operating system to be the brains of your car's infotainment system in 2015 -- no smartphone required.
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.
Forget carjacking — it's car hacking you should be worried about. The 2014 Infinity Q50 is allegedly the most hackable car on the market.
Here are the best radar detectors available including models with multiband, laser and GPS capabilities.
AT&T hopes to reduce driving distractions by integrating GPS directions directly into steering wheels.
After testing on California roadways since 2010, Nevada has finally approved Google's self-driving cars to be used on its roadways, with additional states to follow.
The Traxxas XO-1 is just 27 inches long, but draws from full-scale supercar technologies to hit speeds of 100 MPH.