Toyota, Honda, and Nissan were all present at Japan's biggest tech expo, showing off their own highly distinctive concepts for the future of mobility.
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Both car and non-car companies were willing to seize the opportunity at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival, where events are sprawled all over downtown and cabs are in short order.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood rejects NTSB plan to ban all cell phone calls while driving, saying hands-free is not the problem.
The battle is on for two transportation network start-ups that are poised to go head-to-head at SXSW to promote a very similar business model: using an app to book a ride from a network of private cars.
IBM to test telematics and analytics to track and manage traffic, accidents, and highway construction in the Lone Star State.
A panel of experts argue that a combination of clean transportation technologies, from biofuels to battery-powered cars, is the most likely path to greener cars.