In a burst of service-related announcements today, Tesla says it will build a fleet of loaner cars for when owners have their cars in service, and says its battery warranty covers everything except collisions and intentional damage.
GM is offering Volt owners the choice of a loaner car or vehicle buy-back while NHTSA conducts its investigation into the extended range electric vehicle's battery. But so far only a few dozen people have taken them up on that offer.
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The new program allows consumers to try out the service with a loaner iPhone 5S for seven days.
Last year's flagship phone is this year's steal, provided you're willing to live with a couple of compromises.
More than just a toy (but still insanely fun), this heavy-duty drone can record HD video and has a range of well over a quarter-mile.
Fancy yourself as a photographer for Google? Applications are open for taking the Street View Trekker out for a walk to some remote locations.
He's underwhelmed by the Amazon phone, but T-Mobile's John Legere tells CNET his customers should eventually get a chance to buy it. Oh, and about that "rated R vocabulary."
After a preliminary NHTSA study showed a fire in a crash-tested Volt was caused by coolant leakage, GM begins a program to reinforce the Volt's battery pack.