Brian Cooley explains how the OBD-II port under your dash can feed a secret interface to your car for moment to moment diagnostics.
Android phones and iOS devices can now talk directly to your car's computer thanks to the PLX Kiwi Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules.
Every car sold after 1996 has one, but what does that OBD-II port under your steering wheel do?
Win a portable gadget that monitors your car's performance and delivers diagnostic data straight to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
We round up eight car technologies that you can add to update the ride you already own.
Navdy announces preorders for its aftermarket head-up display, which puts turn-by-turn directions, messaging, and audio information in a driver's view.
The Laguna Seca racetrack, a sports coupe, and a PlayStation 3 racing sim come together to demonstrate the future of tech at Toyota.
Android users of the Automatic Smart Driving Monitor gain two new features in the latest update, one of which is exclusive to the Android platform.
With the aid of a few apps (and a bit of self-restraint), the Nexus 7 can become the navigation and media center of your car's dashboard.
With the help of diagnostic scanner hardware, the Torque Lite and Torque Pro apps for Android give you a peek into the inner workings of your car's brain.