Mark Cuban had some interesting words to say to Fox Business Network’s Deirdre Bolton, including an admission that not investing in ride-share service Uber when he had the chance may have been his “biggest mistake.
We told you it would happen: An autonomous Audi RS7 raced around Hockenheimring at full speed today in Germany — with no driver on-board.
Spansion has released a new line of microcontrollers called Traveo that promise 2D and 3D graphics support as well as 16-bit audio and more in the car.
Ford said it will demonstrate technology that would allow PHEVs to quit charging during times of peak demand on the electrical grid — if their owners want.
Elon Musk is very bullish on the timeline of the autonomous car. And let’s face it: He figures it might as well be a Tesla.
Dr. Dieter Zetsche, A.K.A. Dr. Z, will discuss autonomous vehicle technology and its impact on society, mobility, and environment during his CES keynote.
The Audi RS7 piloted driving concept reportedly will race around Hockenheimring to prove a self-driving car can safely do 150 MPH on the track.
Volvo’s 360-degree view system purports to not only see danger you might not, but also see your way out of it. Iiiiinteresting.
This year’s theme for the LA Auto Show Design Challenge is of particular interest to our blog: exploring human-to-machine connectivity.
The folks running GM’s Innovation Challenge are on the search for ways in which trendy technologies like augmented reality might improve car manufacturing.
A collaboration between Hitachi and Clarion reportedly will give drivers and manufacturers insights that will have implications for future connected cars.
I gotta give it up to Kia and Hyundai for winning my unofficial Heads-Up Display (HUD) competition of 2014, especially with the Kia K900.