CNET Car Tech brings you the latest news from the 2014 LA Auto Show.
Feel free to buy the latest Harry Potter movie in Blu-ray for road trips--Audiovox released the first Blu-ray player for in-car entertainment.
Blu-ray is now portable. But will it be a success because of that?
Panasonic's new Windows-powered CN-HX900D, which appears to be the first Blu-ray player for the car.
The "Tokheim 39 Series" is a retro gas pump turned media center.
If your end-of-year bonus has pasted five figures onto your bank balance, splurge on these top-end tech trinkets.
We put our blinkers on and strided down the Las Vegas strip towards CES, to stick or twist on the tech trends that will shake up 2012.
Ever watched a car chase sequence in a movie and wondered: how the heck did they do that manoeuvre? Well, on one cold winter's morning, we found out.
Audiophile tube amplifiers can sell for as much as a nice car, but the Jolida JD301RC goes for less than an iPad 2.
With its tablet design and included car kit, the DRC618N makes for an easy-to-install in-car DVD system--and it also plays just fine outside your vehicle.
Mog confirms its music-streaming service is coming to vehicles, as well as devices from LG and Sonos, and says it will offer more details at South By Southwest.