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The Golden State Warriors will open a new high-tech sports and entertainment complex in 2018, and the basketball team's testing some of the innovations in its current arena now.
The NSX made waves when it was introduced in 1990, and would soldier on with minimal changes for the next 15 years. Finally, it has a successor.
My personal car of tomorrow looks like a 1964 Shelby with hydrogen fuel cells, airless tires, self-driving tech and an exterior grown from seed.
From a smart car seat to a self-watering plant system to a fitness tracker that can turn off lights, CNET's Kara Tsuboi looks at some of the latest ways your home and car are getting smarter and more connected.
The two companies are collaborating on a series of products to help athletes map, plan and control their fitness regimens.
Due in 2015, Skully's motorcycle helmet, with a built-in virtual-reality display, won't come cheap. But it may save your life.
With its modern but bland design, the Accord Plug-in attempts a high-tech coup, but merely catches up with previous efforts from Toyota and Ford.
The term "Google bus" has come to symbolize very real tensions between tech companies and the communities they call home. Here's a look below the surface.
From a bean pot to ubiquitous Crock-Pot, here's one appliance with staying power.
For the 2014 model year, Audi pours its 3-liter diesel engine into the high-tech A7, giving it average fuel economy around 30 mpg.