Fuzzy search makes it better at guessing what you're saying, but it still can't compare to the voice features on iPhones and Android phones.
This concept car changes color, driving style, or destination based on your mood, and you can steer it just by shifting your weight.
In a valiant attempt to make social-media addicts safer doing anything, the car can send a customizable text message or Facebook update to eager followers.
Adjustable sensors can detect kids, pets, and other small obstacles behind the car.
A California woman appears to be the first person to get cited for a driving violation for wearing the Internet on her face.
A car that watches the road and nudges the steering wheel hints at the future of self-driving cars, though not all drivers may be ready to let go.
Using the GPS, the car detects when you're entering a tunnel and automatically shuts vents that bring in external air and begins recirculating interior air.
Hush hush, sweet engine: The hybrid Cadillac ELR uses noise cancelling to dampen the sound of the car's transition from electric to gas engine. Call us when it can drown out "are we there yet?"
Is this a car or a fast-moving spa? The S550’s new technologies include a scent-control system, passenger massage, and oh yeah, some things that improve the safety and driving experience as well.
We test the mbrace2 connected-car service on the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E550. Its yearly subscription almost seems like a small price to pay for the convenience of talking to a real, live person who will conduct Google searches for you and even make doctor appointments. But no homework help, kid. Sorry.