After years running on the fumes of hype, hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are beginning to hit the road. Toyota made a big splash when it announced at the annual Consumer Electronics Show that it would market such a car beginning in the 2015 model year. Hyundai has also committed to roll out a fuel-cell vehicle next year. And Honda has already begun leasing its hydrogen-powered FCX Clarity to customers in California.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is conducting a 12-month, $25 million study to see if cars sending data to each other over Wi-Fi can make driving safer. Cars talking to each… read more
We may never have to get stuck in traffic again. Thank you, Google. A recent update of Google Maps Navigation (Beta), an app for Android devices, tells the program to… read more
With auto technology getting more and more advanced every day, we are often looking to our cars to do the mundane things for us, like paying attention to the road…. read more