Technically Incorrect: At least 20 percent of drivers say they've never used more than half the tech features in their cars, according to new market research.
CNET On Cars is all about the biggest piece of tech in your life: Your car. Brian Cooley gets his hands on all the high tech cars, reveals their new technologies and shows you how they perform in the real world.
Find your phone, remember to pay bills, and automatically turn off your curling iron with these handy IFTTT recipes.
The executive chairman says his company will embrace digital-era changes affecting the auto industry, even if that means shifting toward transportation services and away from car manufacturing.
Intel is looking to drive adoption of Rezence, partnering with Targus and Chinese manufacturer Haier to get wireless charging standard into homes, hotels, restaurants and more.
Founded by Microsoft and HTC alumni in Taiwan, Gogoro's electric scooter is slick, stylish and might also usher in a portable power revolution.
The taxi-hailing app touts old-school cab hailing with new-school cashless payment.
Technically Incorrect: Wolfgang Epple, head of R&D for Jaguar Land Rover, says the company doesn't consider people as cargo. How oddly human.
Tesla's souped-up electric car takes acceleration to the next level, eliciting priceless reactions from surprised passengers.
On Back to the Future Day, we can truly say the future is now. We have technology at our fingertips that would blow Marty McFly's mind. Look behind the glitz, though, and you'll see a pile of castoff failures.
The Like button, with its thumbs-up icon, has long been a staple of the world's largest social network. Now Facebook is adding six more symbols to help us express ourselves.