Plus: Volvo debuts the V90 Cross Country, and Ford moves small-car production to Mexico.
Uber is launching a test fleet of self-driving Ford Fusions to shuttle riders around the streets of Pittsburgh.
A steering wheel, gas pedal and brake pedal will be absent in Ford's self-driving cars set to arrive by 2021.
The company says the cars will be destined for ride-hailing and ride-sharing.
We put the Ford Escape, Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 through their paces on the road, then see how their all-wheel-drive systems handle a dirt hill climb.
From CNET Magazine: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could be the biggest safety breakthrough since seat belts, air bags and antilock brakes. Are you ready?
"High-octane" gas may not be a lie for much longer; Tim Stevens will soon be shredding on something you've never seen before; and the scope of the Takata airbag problem gets bigger (if that's possible).
We chat about HTC's new phone, Ford's night-vision car and porn site XHamster's stand against North Carolina.
Look ma, no headlights! Ford tests its self-driving car in the dark. Also, a new Deebot robot vacuum cleans its own dirt bin (sort of), and the next Kindle e-reader may have a whole new design.
Is Alexa as helpful in the car as she is in your home? We took an Echo Dot and a Tap on the road to find out.
The CNET Smart Home is outfitted with all sorts of clever tech. Now we're finding out if car integrations add anything extra.
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CNET's tech-oriented short fiction explores a world where love comes in a capsule.