From smart speakers to smart grills, it seems like everything has voice commands these days.
Google spins off its self-driving car project with a whole new company called Waymo, and announces first fully autonomous self-driving car rider.
The ride-hailing company rolls out autonomous vehicles for passengers in San Francisco without securing a state permit. California calls this illegal.
Italy's most raucous road race was as dangerous as they come, but it led to something that would change the world.
Let's forget about 2016. There are plenty of reasons to look forward to 2017.
We look at what's in store for Apple next year, iris-scanning technology and Google's autonomous car plans.
A new patent filing from Ford envisions a world where its vehicles could identify other cars by license plate.
Mercedes big S cabrio almost makes you feel guilty. Almost.
New headlight tech brings the FDA into the car business.
Cooley's list is concise and, at times, odd.
We chat about the illusive Snapchat wearable, more fallout from the Yahoo hack and a new way cops can stop high-speed chases.
With hundreds of deadly police chases every year, officers are turning to these crafty alternatives.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.