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After 26 years of analysis, German researchers conclude that "with great likelihood" they've been dealing with the skeleton of Charles the Great.
Why waste your drive time doing the actual driving, when technology can be your chauffeur? The century-old auto culture is on the verge of radical change, and you can thank Google for where it's headed.
The founders of the German daily deals site have bought back the company from Google.
A woman trying to go 90 miles to a Belgian railway station instead ends up in Zagreb because she says that's what her GPS told her to do.
Tactile robot arm that tests car interiors has arrived on North American soil, where she's poking and prodding 2013 Fusions to collect data that helps engineers make a more comfortable car.
Ford has teamed up with a German university to develop a next-gen car seat that monitors a person's heart rate health as they drive.
The technology, developed at the carmaker's European R&D center, is still a long way from making it into vehicles but could potentially be used to warn of heart attacks.
Clever German students produce a multiuser touch screen the size of a desk, which curves up to create a, well, desktop--like the metaphorical one you may be staring at now.
Ford has been working with a tactile robot arm to evaluate the look and feel of its vehicle interiors. The machine is meant to replace subjective human testers.
Microsoft sent prototypes of pressure-sensitive keyboards to 40 student teams, which had four weeks to hack and innovate. The result? Coolness.