Intel & AMD Both Claim Bragging Rights
Supercomputer rankings give them something else to squabble about
Jaguar Software Issue May Cause Cruise Control to Stay On
Need to turn off ignition to disengage
Top 10 Tech Cars 2011
Automakers double down on technology
Could advanced diesel cars and diesel hybids edge out more conventional electrified vehicles?
Top 10 Tech Cars 2012
The internal combustion engine strikes back
Nissan's EPORO robot cars mimicking fish behavior
Nissan Gets Into the Electric Vehicle Charging Business
EV advocates downplay the challenge in transitioning electric vehicles into a mainstream technology, not least the demand for home charging stations. Nissan, however, isn't taking any chances.
Buying a Car Minus the Engine - and Fuel
Nissan backpedals on plans to lease lithium batteries, citing consumer qualms about the electric vehicle value package -- at least for now.
Honda Recalls 936 000 More Vehicles for Electrical and Software Fixes
Recall on top of the 2.5 million vehicles Honda recalled for software fixes in August
Nissan Moves to Steer-by-Wire for Select Infiniti Models
A first for a mass produced car
US State Governments Can’t Shake IT Woes
Microsoft's inauspicious Windows RT 8.1 update, where did the term “glitch” come from?
Nasdaq Experiences A Double Whammy
Plus: Dell’s Latitude laptop litter box problem, Honda’s self-braking minivan
If At First You Don’t Succeed, Recall Your Product
Nissan, Honda, and Subaru issue recalls to fix problems with airbags, brakes, and remote engine starters
Book Review: Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work
A gearhead's surprisingly highbrow take on a mechanic's work
Long-Distance Car Radar
Affordable radar will let every car see through fog, brake on its own, and track other vehicles hundreds of meters ahead
The Future of Driving Is…Less Boring
A Q&A with Volkswagen’s Thomas Form
Tesla Divorces Mobileye, or Vice-Versa
Tesla says it will develop its next-gen self-driving software in-house
Promise of Nanowires in Optoelectronics Realized By Getting Them Connected
Researchers fabricate a photovoltaic device with hundreds of organic nanowires connected to nanoelectrodes
Amazon to Test Delivery Drone Autonomy in the U.K.
It's not working yet in the United States, so why not move autonomous delivery to the U.K. and hope for better luck?
Goodbye, VCR, You Served Us Well
That still-working but dusty VCR you have on a shelf somewhere? It’s now officially irreplaceable