Recalls have made big news in recent years whether it's Ford and Firestone, Toyota or GM's recent troubles. But what are behind recalls and what do they really mean? CNET's Brian Cooley explains.
Everyone's a comedian on April 1st, even your favorite automaker.
Google wants to take over your motor with a federation of carmakers who want your Android phone to work better with their four-wheeled products.
The Petersen Automotive Museum has hundreds of incredible cars, but many have never been seen by the public. Behold the Vault, where they house classics from over 100 years of automotive history that can't fit in the museum itself. Here's a tour with tons of pictures.
A report suggests that Detroit is to install technology that monitors your distracted driving. At what point does the tech itself become too much of a distraction?
In an interview, Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman talks about the opportunities that stem from the Internet of Things and describes his idea of the holy grail of biometric sensors.
The German automotive supplier plucks Seval Oz from Google's self-driving car project to lead a new division focused on intelligent transportation systems.
Cristiano Amon, co-president of Qualcomm's chips segment, said in an interview that the rapid adoption of 4G LTE technology should benefit the company's growth in China.
The struggling handset maker combines its 44,000 patents and several key software projects into a single unit as it tries to develop new revenue streams.
CNET sat down with Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes to talk about expanding the brand's appeal to younger buyers, new models, and efficient drivetrains.