Hydrogen-powered. Three-wheeled. Gesture-controlled. The concept cars we saw at NAIAS in Detroit were all some kind of crazy, but don't be surprised if you see something like them in the near future.
Toyota’s futuristic sports car has a fully functioning head-up display (HUD) that projects data ahead of the windshield so that eyes stay on the road.
Tesla perishes the thought of a recall and focuses instead on doubling its retail and service centers in 2014.
Safety is always the priority.
It can brake proactively if it foresees a collision. It can follow the car ahead of you in stop-and-go traffic. And it can parallel-park with your help on the pedals (just so you still feel useful).
TrackingPoint's targeting system tracks every variable you can throw at it AND includes live-streaming video capabilities.
Unlike the Toyota iRoad, Elio Motors’ car is not a two-person scooter with a roof.
Looking for a better Ford Sync AppLink experience? Look at this muscle car!
Dell's latest incarnation of its XPS 15 high-end notebook is the type of laptop dreams are made of.
This diminutive business PC is smart enough for the office, and tough enough for the factory floor.
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It's true: One car offers interior scent control, and you’ll also see dual displays, digital instrument clusters, and better connectivity (for a fee).
Plenty of retailers will offer phones for free on Black Friday—but only some of these deals are worth it.
Online rebate sites like Ebates and Swagbucks will give you a small percentage of your online purchases back in cash or gift cards, but you must jump through some hoops first.
Super-fast and super-expensive, this machine will play any game you can think of at high resolution.