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Cars will warn other cars of road dangers thanks to a cellular connection.
No more stop and go, at least if you buy a Nissan. The company's first self-driving cars will come out next year, the CEO of Nissan and Renault said.
With just a little soldering and assembly, a 14-year-old built a device to wirelessly communicate with a vehicle's controller area network (CAN) and remotely start and unlock the vehicle.
The cars will be packed with loads of technology to ensure a safe trip
Bloomberg says Apple wants a car on the assembly line within five years. The company is certainly hiring automotive brainpower aggressively.
A list of auto-focused talent now at Apple includes auto-parts engineers, former Tesla employees, and an expert on new battery technology.
Apple's recent hires include a Mercedes-Benz executive who led its Silicon Valley R&D center.
One of them is Sen. Edward Markey, who plans to introduce legislation to require security measures in connected cars.
The companies look set to become rivals, with Google reportedly building a ride-hailing app
An attacker could mimic a BMW server and remotely unlock a car, researchers found.
Coming up on World Tech Update Samsung is rumored to want to buy BlackBerry, we take a look at the new cars and concepts at the North American International Auto Show and China's Xiaomi debuts a phone that is thinner, lighter and cheaper than Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
Detroit Auto Show - What is hydrogen fuel cell technology?
The car chassis is built using a carbon-reinforced ABS plastic that's squeezed through an inkjet nozzle and transformed into a car.
Verizon Vehicle can be added to virtually any car made since 1996
Detroit Auto Show - Test driving Dodge's full-car simulator
We watch as an experimental car with high-resolution laser scanners cruises a lot, finds a spot, and parks, then returns to its driver, nice as you please.
The system uses a camera and radar to watch ahead and handle heavy traffic so you don't have to. It's both liberating and a little scary.
Just try hitting a wall in this car; it'll stop itself before you do. BMW's 360-degree Collision Avoidance tries to protect the driver from all-too-human mistakes.