Bose spent years and millions creating the ultimate car suspension system. A technical success but a commercial flop, it never came to be. CNET got a rare demo.
Do you know where your family is? You do now with these handy apps designed to share or track locations using your phone. Peace of mind is priceless.
Technically Incorrect: Toyota used the Super Bowl to suggest that the environmentally friendly Prius is now an object of extreme desire. Is this faintly ridiculous?
Technically Incorrect: Noel Santillan rented a car on arrival in Iceland and spelled the name of his destination incorrectly. A long and fascinating journey ensued, and took him all the way to celebrity.
On Facebook #FriendsDay, the social network says we're all connected by 3.5 people -- not six. Meanwhile, Amazon Echo plays Spotify songs and Google takes self-driving cars to new destinations.
Brian Cooley checks the tech behind the broadcast of Super Bowl 50.
Bose spent years developing the ultimate suspension system that offered a super smooth, magic-carpet like ride. It was a technical success but a commercial flop. See why.
Computer simulation creates "thousands of variations" of driving patterns, enabling Google's engineers to quickly test tweaks across millions of virtual miles.
The ride-hailing service is testing a program that lets it check out GPS and accelerometer data from your driver's smartphone to see just how crazy that ride might've been.
The younger generation no longer feels as strong a need to be behind the wheel -- and phones have stolen some of cars' cachet.
Is the idea of driving around in a luxury Apple automobile a vision of tomorrow or just a hopeful delusion?
Comedy group Mommy Comedy skewers the idea of using exotic, difficult cameras by employing a Prius backup camera for a fake movie.
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