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British adventurer, Ben Grylls, tested out the new Land Rover Discovery's Intelligent Seat Fold Technology while jumping from a plane. Using a smartphone app, drivers will be able to perform a variety of functions including closing the windows of their car and checking the fuel level from anywhere in the world.
Self-driving Ubers are now arriving in Pittsburgh as the company tests out its autonomous car development
The new electric car from Chevrolet has a range of 238 miles, beyond that of the Tesla Model 3.
The PAL-V One is a combination car and gyroplane and can transform from land to air vehicle in about 10 minutes.
It takes these electric buses less time to recharge than it does to pick up passengers thanks to flash charging technology developed by ABB.
As automakers follow the direction Tesla pioneered with autonomous driving, a question arises: Is this really a good thing? Senior Writer Lucas Mearian gets into gear with Executive News Editor Ken Mingis about what's going on.
Audi is equipping some of its new model cars with traffic technology information to tell drivers how long it will take for the light to change from red to green.
PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Melissa Riofrio and Gordon Mah Ung talk about a fatal Tesla car crash and ponder a Surface desktop rumor. BlackBerry kills the reason people bought BlackBerry, and exactly how busted is the Radeon RX 480?
If your autonomous car has to decide who lives -- you or the people it's heading for on the highway -- who should it save? Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Senior Writer Lucas Mearian and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw drive the conversation.
NASCAR is bringing modern technology to race day, using a new system to tie together data on each race so officials can make decisions fast. We got to see it in action at the Sonoma Raceway in California.
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