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Most dash cams just record stuff, but the X500 also watches the road and alerts you if you stray from your lane or get too close to cars ahead of you. Not bad for a $250 product.
Its name is Cambot. It represents approachable technology. What about adorable, even huggable? Well, watch it for yourself and you'll see.
Most dash cams just record, but the X500's detection systems give you high-end safety features in a $249 add-on.
Nvidia's Drive PX is shaping up to be a killer backseat driver.
One pundit complained Nvidia's press conference was 'a teraflop'
The new Tegra X1 is roughly twice as powerful as the Tegra K1 that Nvidia that launched last year. The X1 also forms the foundation for an audacious new vision for self-driving cars.
Maintenance alerts. Coupon offers. Even Priceline room reservations. Using connectivity to help drivers find services is a big part of GM's plans for its OnStar program and its growing fleet of 4G-LTE-enabled cars.
The headsof Ford and Mercedes-Benz are among the keynote speakers
Sensor views are one reason for the self-driving vehicle's cute, rounded looks
The battery-swap service will take about three minutes and cost about as much as a full tank of premium fuel, but it'll be much faster than using Tesla's free Supercharging stations.
Google's upcoming Android M could include the ability to make Android Auto the core of a car's infotainment system, but the reality faces many obstacles.
Cars will be able to find a parking place on their own by 2020 with the help of sensors and digital plans
Ford's pioneering SYNC was more than ready for a change. The new SYNC 3 will bring a brighter, fresher interface and a capacitive touchscreen, all due to debut on 2016 model-year cars.
The automaker's justDrive adds natural voice controls to apps already in the car.
Plug your phone into the car and enjoy phone, navigation, messaging and more. That's the idea behind Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (in beta), and we tried both at the LA Auto Show.
Apple's software shines, but this touchscreen isn't worth the price of entry.
Researchers have stabilized the higher-density lithium-air batteries with a new material.
Audi and GM are both offering in-car 4G connections through AT&T.