Volkswagen's next evolution toward the self-driving car only goes as far as the end of your driveway.
On today's show, we wonder how the United Kingdom will take to Google Glass, say hey to a robot valet named Ray, and discuss Harley-Davidson's new electric motorcycle. We've also got a new round of Into It, and your tweets and emails.
Equipped with a 3.5-inch screen, 3G capabilities, and a 3-megapixel camera, the Valet is a bare bones smartphone from ZTE.
It's official: another CES is in the can. And with two show floors, it was more packed than ever. So what did we learn? And what does it mean for tech in 2015 and beyond?
It was a stunning CES for automotive tech, with major advances in self-driving car technology being shown off by Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and a number of automotive suppliers. In addition, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will connect with your favorite phone in many cars.
During a demonstration of BMW's ActiveAssist technology in an i3 electric car, I aimed it at a fake brick wall and floored the accelerator, only to have the car hit the brakes.
Valeo demonstrates its InBlue virtual key tech for smartphones and smartwatches and gives us a peek at its Mobius autonomous dashboard of the future.
In a burst of service-related announcements today, Tesla says it will build a fleet of loaner cars for when owners have their cars in service, and says its battery warranty covers everything except collisions and intentional damage.
It's a case! It's a wallet! It's a smartphone wallet case, and it can carry those physical objects that are still needed despite our increasingly digital lives -- plus keep your phone safe. Here's a look at two contenders.
The justices grill both TV-streaming service Aereo and the broadcasters suing it to interpret what is public, what is private, and whether copies of the same thing are really different at all.