In this week's roundup of all things that tickled CNET editors' fancy, we've got lights, cameras and a Bluetooth car kit. OK, that doesn't quite roll off the tongue the same way, but still...
With Scandinavian crystal, Nappa leather and a smooth, powerful plug-in hybrid power-train, the 2016 Volvo XC90 is the harbinger of a new, more luxurious Volvo.
Rebirth of the big Swede.
Technically Incorrect: A Volvo accelerates toward people apparently watching a demonstration. The company says that its owner didn't have the pedestrian detection feature installed.
The 2017 Ford GT is so underweight it's over the top. Plus, crash-proof cars are coming to an intersection near you, and when is a used car too used?
April Fools' Day is flooded with fake technology stories. But when today's tech is so strange, it's hard to tell the gags from real gadgets. Bridget Carey explains with a game of "fact or fool."
The automaker will have 100 self-driving cars on the roads by the end of 2017. Today, we've got a little more information on the systems that will make those cars work.
Volvo's new V60 Cross Country takes careful aim at the Subaru Outback.
A midyear upgrade to Volvo's midsize XC60 adds new app-connected tech to this already safe premium SUV.
New connected apps and driver assist in Volvo's best-selling vehicle.
With a 325-horsepower engine and built-in apps, Volvo's V60 model shows that station wagons can be modern and fun.
Volvo's new V60 station wagon amps up the power with Polestar tuning and adds data-powered apps such as Yelp and Rdio.
Do you know what an OLED TV is?
CNET explains how OLED technology differs from regular TVs, and what you need to know to make the right shopping decision.