The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released guidelines today for automakers to build nondistracting electronics into cars, but fell short of passing regulations.
Did you know that Dave Chappelle was in a "Home Improvement" spinoff sitcom in the 1990s? All of the episodes are on YouTube right now, and we'll trace its history on today's 404 episode.
Did you know that Dave Chappelle was in a "Home Improvement" spinoff sitcom show in the 1990s? All the episodes are on YouTube right now, and we'll trace its history on today's 404 episode.
The recently issued National Highway Transportation Safety Agency guidelines for automakers to minimize distraction for in-vehicle electronics included few surprises, except for the proposal to freeze maps on navigation systems.
Since you can already use Google Chrome to check your e-mail, the weather, and news stories, why not try to get some work done in it, too? Here's a serving of five distraction-free (and free in cost) text editors that you can use right inside of your browser, yet still save your work for later.
YouTube has a new look. Google is experimenting with a new, cleaner design for the all-conquering video-sharing site, called Cosmic Panda.
A behind-the-scenes look at Ford Motor's Distraction Lab, where researchers look at ways to improve driver safety.
New laws in California and Washington require drivers to use hands-free devices when using a cell phone in the car. CNET tells you how to keep both hands on the wheel.
Quietube provides a more responsible way to share YouTube links with friends. It cuts away everything but the video, getting rid of distraction.
New services like Tangler, coComment, and Satisfaction are solving the fragmenting world of user comments.