A Detroit inventor has found a way to make steel seven percent stronger than any steel on record, offering the promise of lighter, thinner car bodies and stronger armored vehicles.
Ford is using Google's Prediction API to try and predict driver behavior and optimize performance.
Google's pushing for driverless cars to be made legal in Nevada.
Apparently, the scene where a driver loses control and, in a panic, pulls the steering wheel off the car isn’t just a Hollywood invention.
The cars of the future could be made from pineapples or bananas, Brazilian scentists say.
An 80-day, 17,000-mile electric car road race has ended in Geneva, with three of the original four entrants reaching the finishing line.
They say it sounds like Big Brother, but a high-tech piece of equipment that tracks your driving could bring you big savings on car insurance. That is enough for some people to accept it with open arms.
Driving a car helps hike global temperatures in the long run more than making the same long-distance journey by air, the American Chemical Society says.
A tech industry lobbying group has abandoned its efforts to keep gadget use in cars legal after criticism from transportation secretary Ray LaHood.
Intel is showcasing its oft-delayed Moorestown platform at the annual developers conference in Beijing.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a system that allows a car to stay in its lane without human control.
At the New York International Auto Show, the company behind HD Radio technology announced that seven automakers have renewed their commitment to providing HD Radio as a standard feature.
Nvidia kicked off day one of Pax East 2010 by launching its next-generation GTX 470/480 in front of a packed and excited audience.
Drivers in Austin, Texas thought their cars were possessed when their horns started honking in the middle of the night or their vehicles simply wouldn't start.
An EU-funded project has created a car that learns from its driver - all very well, we reckon, as long as the driver is halfway competent.
Cars, mobile phones and computers could be powered by their bodywork, thanks to new battery technology.