Jitney-like shuttle startups, such as Leap and Chariot, have been criticized as being elite services that compete with mass transit, but urban planners don't quite see it that way.
This folding push-style scooter weighs only 22 pounds, runs for 12 miles on a charge and can go over 15 mph, its Indiegogo campaign promises.
An odd little conveyance, the narrow Toyota i-Road offers easy urban transit under electric power, but it's real party trick comes when it leans into a turn.
State transport regulators in Australia have gone undercover in an attempt to fine UberX drivers for ridesharing, but Uber has thwarted these attempts by blocking their mobile phones from accessing the service.
The connected car is now a thing of today, so what does tomorrow now hold for vehicular communication? Join CNET's panel of experts for an exciting discussion about what's coming next.
Maybach is back, and in a more attainable form than ever -- though the new S600 is still plenty exclusive.
This week on Crave, we electrify our bicycles with the Barak Electric Bicycle conversion kit, take an after-dark telepresence robot tour of a museum in London, and get a peek at Whooshh Innovations Hydrovision salmon launcher.
The Salmon Cannon, aka Hydrovision, is a fast and safe transport for salmon currently being tested in the wild and in commercial fisheries; and the Barak kit turns everything else into an e-bike.
Electric-powered and foldable for carrying around, the M3 e-Scooter suffers from a harsh ride in urban environments.
With a black, aluminum frame, the M3 E-Scooter looks stylish and folds up for easy transport.