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The Consumer Electronics Show takes over Las Vegas next week. Here's our sneak peek at the intriguing trends and innovations we expect to see.
The competition between Google and Apple hits the road: Google will reportedly team with Audi to offer Android-powered in-car information and entertainment.
We've tested everything from little hatchbacks to huge luxury cars. Here's the car tech that caught our eye.
This week's roundup of accessories includes items for Apple's newest tablet, as you might expect. But we've also got gear for charging, using, and displaying all your iPhones and iPads, new and old.
Automakers and municipal governments are testing new technologies that would make it possible to offer wireless charging stations embedded in the pavement or even in manhole covers -- thus removing the power cords from electric vehicles.
Predictions of Apple's next event, the shame of bad in-car tech interfaces, smart smoke detectors, and international roaming
It's difficult to come up with a new spin on iOS accessories, but this week's roundup includes something truly out of the ordinary. (Hint: It involves bison.) We've also got the usual mix of gear for getting more out of your iPad or iPhone.
The Luminos can cruise indefinately in sunlight and will compete in October's World Solar Challenge in Australia.
Frequent contributor Ben Long joins podcast host Chris Breen to discuss his upcoming participation in the grueling Mongol Rally.
Apple and Amazon take a step towards hugging it out, more free Apple apps might be heading your way, and did you know that getting more costs more? One class action suit doesn't appear to realize that.
The automotive and tech industries are increasing their research in autonomous driving, but a truly driverless car remains years away
Garmin announced the HUD, a head-up or heads-up display that works with a Bluetooth-connected smartphone and compatible app to project traffic and navigation guidance.
This week's roundup of accessories for your iPhone and iPad offers several ways ensure that your device never loses power—along with the usual array of other gear.
This weekend, 18-year-old Eesha Khare of Saratogoa, California took home a $50,000 scholarship from this year’s International Science and Engineering Fair for her supercapacitor battery that can fully charge a smartphone in less than 30 seconds. What were you doing when you were 18.
Keep your calls and your hands free and clear—even in the car—with these ten Bluetooth devices.
Some day, when people ask Apple why it offered up a multi-billion dollar bond, it'll tell people it was young and needed the money. Of course, if you believe one competitor's CEO, that's because Cupertino's tablet business is going belly up sooner rather than later. And it's time for the latest edition of "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Sponsored Tweeting!"