Don't-Miss Car Tech Stories
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Toyota and Volkswagen are the latest automakers to forge alliances with ride-hailing companies, deals that could see the car makers not only sell cars to drivers of the app companies but also develop jointly on-demand mobility technologies.
Google, Uber and Tesla may be giddy about the prospect of self-driving cars, but U.S. consumers aren't convinced that the technology is safe or that they need it.
Uber will begin real-world tests of self-driving car technology in the coming weeks, putting a custom Ford Fusion onto the streets of Pittsburgh.
With its latest acquisition, chip designer ARM wants to give eyes to the next generation of connected objects.
The new car mount and connected Android app supports voice commands for text messages, calls, and streaming with Spotify.
Alphabet's Google Self-Driving Car Project has teamed with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to work directly for the first time with an automaker on developing autonomous vehicles.
The 2016 Chevy Volt has the best CarPlay screen we've tried yet, and the new additions to Maps and Apple Music in iOS 9.3 are most welcome, even if a little overdue.
Jump into a brand-new Chevy Volt to checkout the Nearby feature in Maps, and For You and New in Apple Music.
Averaging 4 out of 5 stars from 440 people on Amazon, this GPS comes with free lifetime maps and an integrated fold and go mount.
A start-up company called Karamba Security has developed malware prevention technology for the externally connected electronic control units (ECUs) found in cars.
You'll find no driver and no cockpit, but plenty of processing power in Roborace's autonomous racecar, thanks to Nvidia's lunchbox-sized Drive PX 2 supercomputer.
Hyundai is working on a new connected car that will tap big data and analytics for proactive service and constant connection.
Folks lined up the night before to preorder the Model 3 for its 215 miles of EV range and sterling pedigree. But they won't get their car until late 2017. Probably.
Late last year Formula E announced Roborace, its first racing series for driverless cars, and this week it unveiled the AI-powered vehicle competitors will use in what it calls a "battle of algorithms."
Instead of taking your eyes off the road, your phone can actually help you stay focused in your car.