Auto ideas at work at Maker Faire Video
You don't have to drive a luxury car to have a high-tech, computer-controlled wonder car.
CNET's Tom Merritt was on the sidelines for a game of Segway polo at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, Calif., on April 23. Isn't that Apple Computer's co-founder swinging the mallet?
CNET Radio's Desmond Crisis talks to Personal Computing Environment's Benjamin Moglin about the company's high-tech chair that combines ergonomic concerns with PC computing needs.
The catalytic converter is the unseen hero of auto emissions control. Does the old 'soot can' have a high-tech story? Yes.
The catalytic converter is the unseen, unsung hero of auto emissions control. Does the old "soot can" have a high-tech story? Check out what CNET's Brian Cooley and Michael Kanellos learned from visiting Nanostellar, a company that replaces particles in a catalytic converter so a car can run greener.
The Nissan ENV200 Concept is a high-tech utility vehicle that is powered by an electric motor that impresses CNET's Wayne Cunningham at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show.
Unified controls, such as the BMW iDrive, let you work your car's high-tech features with one button, but are they ready for prime time?
At the Maker Faire in San Mateo, Calif., CNET's Tom Merritt talks with Felix Kramer as the engineer shows off his car that gets 100 miles per gallon.
Take a look at what is probably greatest high-tech instrument panel ever designed. Get a first look from the floor at the 2007 LA Auto Show.
We are recovering from our high-tech hangover from CES today. Meanwhile, take a look at CNET's picks for the Best of CES 2010.