No one buys a Mustang for its tech, but it’s there, including a racing app and awesome pony projection lights.
This $250 iOS app and mini-tablet combo gives you the connected-car experience without buying a brand-new car.
This suede-like folio cover for the iPad mini is elegantly designed, but has a few quirks.
We find the best social networks to use if you’re not a social networking butterfly.
This smart activity tracker records workouts and pace as well as calories burned at rest. Too bad it doesn't come with a way to connect it to your computer.
These apps will help your yoga practice whether you’re a beginner or an instructor.
This laptop-tablet hybrid would be a lot more tempting if it ran Windows 8.
Lenovo's made a solid-performing gaming laptop in a smaller, lighter, cheaper package.
This shock-absorbing case will protect your mini from drops and spills.
Your car started out-driving you when it got antilock brakes and power steering. Add sensors, lasers, and cameras, and the gap between today's heavily automated cars and tomorrow's self-driving cars is narrowing fast.
Toyota has added lots of tech to this luxury sedan, in an obvious effort to attract a younger crowd.
The Model S has not one but two Nvidia-powered screens, natural voice controls, and, of course, an all-electric powertrain.
Edmunds.com and PCWorld/TechHive take a close look at this year's models, and pick the ones that make the best (or most interesting) use of technology inside the car.