BMW shows off anticollision technology that applies the brakes for a driver, even if they're flooring the gas pedal. Though it will likely be several years before the tech is widely available, CNET's Kara Tsuboi gets behind the wheel to test it out.
Potential tablet buyers are opting instead for alternative devices, and existing owners are hanging onto their tablets longer, according to research firm Gartner.
City attorney says MonkeyParking's business model is illegal and creating a "predatory" market for parking spaces.
Sterling refuses to sign off on the deal to sell the LA Clippers to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. He also plans to sue the NBA for $1 billion.
At the 2014 Detroit auto show, Audi unveiled its Allroad Shooting Brake concept, using a plug-in hybrid system for an all-wheel-drive light offroader.
A single paragraph in the 1,582-page document provides a glimmer of hope -- or perhaps a stay of execution -- for the incandescent light bulb.
At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, CNET's Brian Tong takes a ride in Ford's brake detection system which automatically stops the car to avoid a frontal collision.
During a demonstration of BMW's ActiveAssist technology in an i3 electric car, I aimed it at a fake brick wall and floored the accelerator, only to have the car hit the brakes.
Automotive supplier Valeo debuts its Cruise4U self-driving technology during CES 2015, which uses laser to scan the road, then work accelerator, brakes and steering.
Nearly 15 percent of people around the world will use a tablet this year. But growth in the number of users is expected to drop dramatically, says research firm eMarketer.