While an entirely new operating system for a phone might seem like a dangerous move for Jolla, its support for Android apps means it's already off to a decent start.
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The long, involved process of fixing a bike flat gets a simple solution with a gadget that patches punctures in a fraction of the time.
You may have heard about run-flat tires but unless you drive certain cars, odds are you probably don't have them. CNET's Brian Cooley explains why this forward thinking tire technology just couldn't become the standard for all tires.
This week, we have two unique bags from Seattle-based Alchemy Goods. They're made from recycled bike inner tubes and have a definite hipster vibe.
One day, we'll live in a world where you can never get a flat tire. Hankook hopes to make that happen by combining a tire and wheel together into a single object.
From its Akron, Ohio, manufacturing facility to racetracks around the U.S., Goodyear and Nascar are studying how racing tires can be more efficient and help drivers go faster than ever.
Everything about air in tires is antiquated. The checking, refilling, and patching hasn't changed much in a century. Brian Cooley tells you why tires without air may be the future.
The new Android Auto system appears to make navigation, powered from the phone and projected to the dashboard, easier by integrating voice control.
A semi-annual survey on teen preferences from Piper Jaffray finds that Facebook continues to lose appeal with teenagers.
A startup called PumpTire is trying to bring its prototype high-tech urban bike tires to market. They automatically inflate as you ride.