With incoming calls going straight to voicemail and new text messages on hold, Ford is trying to minimize distractions for teen drivers.
Your days of Ferris Buellering your parents' car may be numbered. Old man Ford has vowed to bring its virtua-nanny MyKey system to Europe.
We're used to parental controls on TVs, computers and games consoles, but that list could soon include cars if Ford gets its way, the date-ruining gooseberry
Chevy and Ford racked up awards for their latest technology innovations at the Edison Awards last night. The awards show highlights breakthrough products and services, and recognizes innovative industry leaders. Basically, it's like the Oscars for emerging technology companies, but with much, much longer speeches and videos.
Programmable key allows parents to limit a car's maximum speed, keep the stereo down, remind the driver to fasten the seatbelt, and warn about a low fuel tank.
Eagle Harbor Holdings has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Tacoma, Wash., against the Ford Motor Co. for patent infringement relating to several automotive technologies.
Apple's prototype iPhone being abandoned in a tequila bar, Sony's crazy 3D headset, Samsung's new 7.7-inch Galaxy Tab and all the goings-on at IFA are in this week's podcast.
Ford and MIT to study how reducing driver stress. The Lincoln MKS will serve as test vehicle in the study.
Automotive New reports on a new technology from Ford that lets parents control teenager drivers.
Ford shows off two new technologies at the 2009 New York auto show, one to help you park and one to limit what your kids can do with the car.