The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
San Francisco's transit authority unanimously approves plan requiring shuttle buses to pay fee for stopping at designated areas in the city -- a flashpoint in growing culture clash between geeks and locals.
Tech-shuttle protests appear to take a turn for the weird as a demonstrator reportedly mounts a bus and vomits down the windshield.
The 2014 Toyota Avalon Limited blurs the lines between premium and luxury with predictable but not soulless performance -- and a few surprising tech tricks.
The tech backlash is getting out of hand, and too many people are looking in all the wrong places for a villain to blame.
The Nanoe promises to keep more moisture in your hair than a standard dryer thanks to ionic technology.
The powerful, efficient 2014 Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTec is a great car -- nearly the total package -- but it won't be a great "tech car" until its dashboard tech gets a much needed overhaul.
In features and driving character, the 2014 Mazda3 punches way above its humble economy-class roots, although a few bugs suggest the cabin tech needs refinement.
Following similar protests in San Francisco and Oakland, demonstrators blocked tech shuttle buses in the Great Northwest.
Western Digital announces the first 4TB portable drive that uses Thunderbolt. The new compact external drive is bus-powered and uses two internal drive for the combined storage space of either 2TB or 4TB for the costs of $299.99 and $429.99, respectively.
Comfortable, high-tech, and fairly efficient, the Audi RS 7 is a total-package car with a healthy dose of horsepower.