CNET's Brian Cooley puts the Toyota Tacoma Baja Edition to the test and finds it a unique marriage of high-tech and off-road.
The significant recall includes approximately 1.77 million vehicles in the US, and covers a broad range of faults.
The Toyota Tacoma is available with a reasonable level of dashboard technology, which is surprising for such a simple, brutal truck.
Not a tremendous showcase for Toyota's tech, but a good indicator of how civilized this category has become.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS want to move quickly to capitalize on any uncertainty in the prepaid market caused by AT&T's looming acquisition of rival prepaid business Leap Wireless.
Toyota plays catchup with the midsize SUV market, adding new style, new tech, and new safety features to the 2014 Highlander.
More than 150 million people are now under the carrier's LTE umbrella, twice the number at the end of 2011.
The flight failed due to aerodynamic problems caused when a fin became unlocked, sending the experimental aircraft into a corkscrew. A fourth X-51A flight will likely take place next year.
A Sprint outage in the Pacific Northwest has fouled up Alaska Airlines.
The company extends its lead with the next-generation wireless service, giving it an optimal selling point for the iPhone 5.