Automakers signal turn toward tech

Horseless carriages? Yeah, and then some. Today's rides are now being defined as much by their gadgetry as by their road-handling skills.

Horseless carriages? Yeah, and then some. Today's rides are now being defined as much by their gadgetry as by their road-handling skills.

Nissan brakes for you

A new automated emergency-braking feature will be in U.S. Nissan cars by next year, the company reports.
August 7, 2007

It's like driving after having a couple drinks, say those polled, though more than half admit to texting behind the wheel.
August 7, 2007

Fiat, Chinese automaker intend to partner

Fiat and Chery Automobile will form a joint venture to sell and produce cars in China, according to a report from Forbes.
August 7, 2007

crave blog Calculating the energy efficiency of plug-in hybrids can be a little complicated.
August 6, 2007

crave blog A report out this week by the Consumer Electronics Association confirms that the slide has already begun.
August 6, 2007

cnet reviews Bentley confirms production dates for the Brooklands and includes details of its most powerful car yet, the Continental GT Speed.
August 6, 2007

cnet reviews Winner of a CNET Editors' Choice award for August, the 2008 BMW 535i offers innovative features to make a techie drool.
August 3, 2007
Photos: 2008 BMW 535i
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