With the 2015 S5, Audi combines a power pumping Eaton supercharger driving all four wheels with seriously connected cabin tech.
Eaton is repositioning superchargers as an alternative to turbochargers for fuel-efficient power trains.
Coast Guard tests electronic navigation aids that could help mariners navigate even the lowest-visibility conditions.
Charging an electric car is not quite as easy as just plugging it in. There are different charging options that fill a car's battery and different rates.
Apple is adding fizz to the iPhone 5S with a new champagne gold case, shown off in new leaked photos.
Small-footprint "specialty" stores in malls and shopping centers are a new, key focus for Microsoft with its retail store push.
Microsoft goes public with a full list of the pop-up brick-and-mortar stores it plans to open sometime this fall in the U.S. and Canada.
The familiar manual Honeywell thermostat will get a 21st-century upgrade by connecting over the Internet to Opower's home energy-efficiency recommendation service.
A group on MIT students developed an app that lets OnStar subscribers search for and make reservations at nearby restaurants without needing to talk to the maitre d'.
t's not the biggest or fastest electric vehicle on the market, but when it comes to the U.S. later this year, the Mitsubishi's i will be the cheapest. Formerly the iMiev, the 2012 Mitsubishi i (ES trim level) will have a starting price of $20,490 after the federal tax credit of $7,500. That makes the four-seater EV almost $5k less than the $32,780 Nissan Leaf.