How sensors—and Big Data—can prevent bicycle fatalities.
Glitzy demos mask the challenges.
Standards consortium, meet the car industry—plus Apple and Google.
Goodbye, cars; hello, high-tech mobility devices.
Some are not who you think they are.
Though it might take another decade or so.
By superimposing your texts on the road.
For $10,000, the Cruise after-market product will take the wheel for Audis drivers.
Just like on your smartphone, cameras will become essential vehicular hardware.
Our intrepid correspondent test-drives a Mercedes CLA while wearing a Pebble smartwatch linked to the car’s vehicle systems.
Ambulance chasers, take note: Car crashes will soon be avoidable. And so will you.
Connected cars could alleviate the nightmare that is parking in most cities. Weirdly, Xerox could make it happen.
Few people are willing to shut down their phones while driving.
Highway safety administrators finally acknowledge that cheap technology can save lives.
Forget BYOD—the German luxury car brand plans to put its own dedicated mobile hardware in luxury sedans.
Robust heads-up, through-the-glass displays are slowly headed to the auto industry.
Just because new apps let you access your car’s onboard diagnostic data doesn’t mean you’ll find them really useful.
Although this new autonomous car concept is really not so futuristic after all.
Intelligent cars controlled by dumb traffic lights. What’s up with that?
Safer, lighter and networked electric cars will be more efficient. And then people may just drive more.