For its price, the BlueDriver is a convenient tool for those who want some ability to work on and understand modern engines.
Google Glass for your helmet sounds good in theory, but in practice it's a bit lacking.
Able to simultaneously charge four tablets, this 48W Aukey AIPower quad-port car charger is the most powerful we've tested.
iOmounts' magnet-based iOauto makes mounting a phone in your car easy, but it is an ugly-looking thing, and requires a bright, silver disc on the back of your phone.
The TextBuster system makes good on its promise to bust text-messaging and apps, but paying hardware prices for what's basically a software solution is a hard pill to swallow.
The culture of fast, exotic, Italian performance motorcycles dates back to the dawn of the vehicle. Now, a new Modena-based company is bringing that tradition into the future, with a lightning-fast battery-powered superbike.
During the course of our testing, the Bully Dog WatchDog proved to be alternately simple enough for a novice to use and complex enough for our car geek tastes. It'll help you boost your fuel economy within reasonable limits, but don't expect it to be an mpg magic bullet.
Carloudy, a new head-up display Kickstarter project, shows turn-by-turn navigation and speed limits in easy view on your windshield.
BMW will show off its new AirTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year.
Solving a tragic but recurrent problem, the Nabi Smart Clip alerts you if you walk away from your car with a baby still inside.
If you want easily accessible emergency services and like the idea of having a real person on tap to help you pick destinations, OnStar FMV may be worth a look.
Voyomotive comes up with a device adding connected features and advanced engine control to almost any 2008-and-after model year car.
The MEX-BT5100 is a good all-in-one option for those thinking of investing in a in a decent stereo and a hands-free speakerphone.
Even though it's definitely not one of the more effective FM transmitters we've tested, we liked the AirPlay's minimalist design and decent sound quality.
The Sony XAV-W1 is a stylish new entrant into the aftermarket in-car audiovisual market. Its SACD-playback ability will interest serious audiophiles, while its stunning display and intuitive media-selection interface will attract anyone looking for a user-friendly in-car media player.
The R1 Pro's video looks good, but the lack of telemetry information about speed and location limit this dashcam's output for litigation, and US insurance rules more generally lessen the need for this type of evidence.
The JVC KD-AVX77 El Kameleon is a great receiver for system builders, but the touch-screen interface isn't as easy to use as some of the competition's physical control schemes.
Just because you drive an old car doesn't mean you can't have the fancy safety gadgets.