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Apple isn't giving up on a car, but the company is now diving into software that could power the next generation of cars.
Glenn and Susie discuss most promising Apple Car rumor yet, how the Apple Watch helped save our friend's life, how to protect yourself from ransomware, and more.
Project Titan has a new leader: the Apple exec who developed the iMac, iPad, and MacBook Air.
New rumors suggest Apple's forthcoming iCar will hit the road a year later than originally anticipated.
PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Melissa Riofrio and Gordon Mah Ung talk about a fatal Tesla car crash and ponder a Surface desktop rumor. BlackBerry kills the reason people bought BlackBerry, and exactly how busted is the Radeon RX 480?
If your autonomous car has to decide who lives -- you or the people it's heading for on the highway -- who should it save? Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Senior Writer Lucas Mearian and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw drive the conversation.
NASCAR is bringing modern technology to race day, using a new system to tie together data on each race so officials can make decisions fast. We got to see it in action at the Sonoma Raceway in California.
Father's day alert? This gadget has enough power to boost most passenger vehicles on the road today, as well as mobile devices and laptops.
BMW X5 M and X6 M models to come with CarPlay support by the end of 2016.
We don't know what it'll look like, but whatever it is, the Apple Car points the way ahead.
Cars are more than design and technology. They're also about service and infrastructure.
Motor Trend just doodled on the proverbial cocktail napkin, and its Apple Car vision is simultaneously sublime and disturbing.
The 2016 Chevy Volt has the best CarPlay screen we've tried yet, and the new additions to Maps and Apple Music in iOS 9.3 are most welcome, even if a little overdue.
Jump into a brand-new Chevy Volt to checkout the Nearby feature in Maps, and For You and New in Apple Music.
Averaging 4 out of 5 stars from 440 people on Amazon, this GPS comes with free lifetime maps and an integrated fold and go mount.
What happens when you pair a top Hollywood stunt driver with one of the world’s best drone pilots? You get an amazing cat and mouse chase between the two. That’s what.
Google wants its software to qualify as the driver of its autonomous cars, but the Department of Transportation says not so fast.
The director of Google's Self-Driving Cars Project revealed why it could take 30 years for the company's fleet to master the road.
BMW's latest concept car, timed to its 100-year anniversary, has shape-shifting sides and a steering wheel that folds into the dash.
Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't exactly confirm that his company is working on an automobile, but he doesn't deny it, either, in an interview with Fortune.
A self-driving computer algorithm may be the equivalent of a human driver as far as the NHTSA is concerned, but now is not the time to give up the driver's seat.