Tesla's souped-up electric car takes acceleration to the next level, eliciting priceless reactions from surprised passengers.
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A single self-driving car could take care of multiple people's daily driving needs, so households might not need as many cars, University of Michigan researchers say.
Engineering professor Danielle George bemoans the idea that when a gadget needs fixing, young people throw it away and buy a new one
Mastercard advertises its association with Apple Pay, releasing a new ad to coincide with the World Series.
A routine traffic stop in Iowa turns into a police officer trying to trick the driver into admitting he has pot. His reasoning? The driver must have pot because he's into frisbee golf.
4G wireless networks in the US are faster and more widely used, but download speeds are worse than in dozens of other countries, according to OpenSignal.
A Wisconsin woman's phone is recovered months after a crash in which her daughter and two nieces, whom she was driving, were killed. She is being charged with homicide.
Tests show the company's next-gen network technology to be seven times faster than in 2013 -- and works with moving vehicles. There's still no industrywide 5G standard, though.
A self-printing service for house and car keys could be the solution to an age-old problem.
Cars are becoming smarter and more connected than ever before, but according to one researcher these cars of the future are being held back by security systems fresh from the 1980s.