BMW will show off its new AirTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year.
Carloudy, a new head-up display Kickstarter project, shows turn-by-turn navigation and speed limits in easy view on your windshield.
The Parrot Minikit Neo 2 HD is a solid and safe choice for drivers looking to add Bluetooth functionality to their ride without the hassle of installing a new dashboard stereo.
Financial responsibility laws for drivers often make dashcams superfluous, but if one makes sense in your driving climate, the Thinkware Dash Cam X500 not only reliably records collision footage but offers a few extras that might come in handy, such as speed camera warnings.
The new DDX9902S joins the ranks offering Google and Apple's unique brands of smartphone integration at CES 2015.
One of the most retro-minded marques in the world of motorcycling has made a big leap into the future with the unveiling of Project LiveWire, its fully-electric concept. We take it for a spin to see if it's something a typical Harley owner might just entertain.
The iSimple BluClik is an easy way enhance safety and keep hands on the wheel by adding simple media controls to vehicles without standard steering wheel buttons.
The Automatic driving assistant helps drivers who know nothing about cars to monitor and boost their fuel efficiency with plug-and-play ease and a simple interface that even laymen can understand.
For the price, the Sony MEX-BT2600 is an impressive all-in-one in-car communication and entertainment device.
The DEH-P6000UB is a good-looking, good-sounding car stereo with great iPod support and some decent audio-tweaking options.
The Griffin iTrip Auto can only bring distraction and eye strain. Last year's more useable model can be found for half the price.
The JVC KD-AVX33 offers a hatful of media and communications car-tech features in one device. Its small screen and elegant faceplate design make it a stylish piece of hardware, but its usability is slightly hampered by a slow processor and lack of a touch screen.
The Sony MEX BT-2500 is a good option for those looking to spend no more than $200 on a Bluetooth-enabled in-car stereo. Its straightforward design and intuitive controls make it easy to use, but its limited calling capabilities and poor outgoing sound quality let it down.