There's another service you can summon using the voice-activated speaker. Just say, "Alexa, order me an Uber."
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.
Between this and the partnership with GM, Lyft appears ready to bring the battle to Uber.
At its simplest, consider it GM's equivalent of Zipcar.
Technically Incorrect: Several players of the highly successful NFL team own and ride hoverboards. So, the coach bans them from the stadium.
Facebook, Google and Dell are among many urging the Supreme Court to weigh in. High damages in patent cases, they say, could hurt everyone from large tech companies to farmers and consumers.
The ride-sharing service is branching out into content delivery to keep its always-on customers entertained and informed every second of their journeys.
The Coolpeds briefcase doubles as a scooter. Need we say more?
Cars are kind of a big deal at CES. We round up the hottest rides and coolest concepts.
The Intel-powered Segway Ninebot is a companion robot from Segway that also transforms into a rideable transporter. We check out a live demo at the CNET CES 2016 stage.