Automotive News previews new model launches at the 2011 Detroit auto show.
Intel revealed its next-generation "Haswell" processors this week, and with both E3 and WWDC next week, CNET's editors are a busy lot. But they still managed to find time to review a sweet video aggregator app for Android, a pair of first-class audiophile headphones, and a rockin' little ultrabook.
General Motors spent $10M in Facebook ad money badly and got a lousy response, I'm told by a knowledgeable-but-opinionated person. It's part of a pre-IPO backlash over Facebook's heavy reliance on ads for revenue.
Automotive News interviews Kia's chief designer.
Amid the electronics-stuffed halls of CES 2013 there exists a minor car show, a mix of the newest high tech models from major automakers and the wildest modified rides from aftermarket suppliers.
Kia Motors, DC Entertainment, and Rides Magazine collaborate on a Kia Optima SX Limited that is inspired by Batman comic books.
The car will go on sale in the first quarter with mapping and destination info from Google.
Concept cars, our favorite part of any auto show, were in abundance at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, a sign that automakers are once again exploring innovative new design directions for their models.
The most reliable cars are.... Nissan Leaf spawns a plug-in cousin, Ford stops your teen from texting while driving, a scathing report on red light cameras, and we drive the Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. announced today that it is replacing the Daewoo nameplate with Chevrolet for the South Korean market.