On today's show we wrestle with the idea that a self-driving car may need to sacrifice your life over the lives of others, the future of VR, Taylor Swift and the state of streaming music, Mr. Robot and much, much more.
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.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles at first denied the Associated Press' request for the information, but has now changed course.
Technically Incorrect: Ethicists are beginning to muse about whether you will be more dispensable than the five people your out-of-control car is about to hit.
Technically Incorrect: Google will know where you go, so what better way to get you to shop?
Technically Incorrect: A smattering of the self-driving cars on California roads have been involved in incidents in the last six months. None of them, say their manufacturers, were the fault of the cars.
A fleet of Google's prototype robo-cars begin test drives on public roads this summer. Meanwhile, GeniCan promises to add smarts to your garbage can.
The company's bubble-shaped autonomous vehicles will soon take to the streets of Google's hometown to see how they fare in real traffic -- and how we respond.
A fleet of Google's prototype robo-cars begin test-drives on public roads this summer. Meanwhile, GeniCan promises to add smarts to your garbage can.
Brian Cooley explains the challenges associated with making autonomous cars legal.
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.