Elevating navigation data into the driver's line of sight, Garmin's first-ever head-up display aims to reduce distraction, and it looks pretty cool.
At CES 2013, Texas Instruments showed off a new rear-projection display technology that could replace LCD touch screens in cars.
The traffic data provider's concept Glassware gets us thinking about how Google Glass can be safely used while driving.
A computer technician has skipped the cardboard boxes and built his toddler an incredible simulation of the cockpit of a spacecraft.
Revenge of the nerd glasses! The search giant is said to be creating eyewear that would tap into the cloud to display details about the wearer's surroundings.
Pioneer's prototype head-up display uses lasers to project full-color images onto transparent surfaces.
Hit a target at 1,000 yards? No problem. Tracking Point's computer-enabled rifles let novices shoot moving targets at extreme distances with near 100 percent accuracy. The new era of firearms is upon us.
Reader Joe asks if TVs have a break-in period, and if he'll lose his settings if the TV loses power. Geoff helps him out.