Car Tech Live 172: Is it OK to drive stoned? (podcast) Video
The most reliable cars are.... Nissan Leaf spawns a plug-in cousin, Ford stops your teen from texting while driving, a scathing report on red light cameras, and we drive the Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
OnStar strikes back--can it use Android to whip Ford SYNC? The latest Garmin Nuvifone is a Garmin without a phone. Yeah, we'll explain. The most powerful Porsche. Ever. And we drive the Infiniti FX35 "High-StyleUV".
Car Tech Live 221: Is the honeymoon over for hybrids? Ford puts SYNC apps in more cars. New Volvos may brake for animals. And we drive the Kia Optima Hybrid. (podcast)
Ford EV's will run on solar...sort of. Harman Kardon blends home tech and car tech. Andy Rooney could live without all of it. And we drive the Mini Cooper Clubman and its connected app.
OnStar to show up in retail stores, Chrysler backs away from hybrids and electric cars, can technology end crashes in intersections, and we drive the new 2011 Ford Fiesta -- was it worth the wait?
Google Places arrives, Rolling Stone magazine gets digitized, and Apple fans will not approve of Carrie Bradshaw's new choice in tech.
Nissan's goofy-looking mini crossover is fun to drive and has enough tech to acquit itself.
The Saab 9-5 rolls off the production line. GM comes up with two-seater. And in this special presentation of Car Tech Live, we drive at Laguna Seca in a track car, a commuter car, and a car you've never heard of before.
Follow Lt. Shred as he obtains the data and brings it to the Stone... Look out though the World Alliance wants to stop him from releasing the data to the world as it contains alien secrets.... this information may bankrupt the world Oil companies. A sound transmission from Toneulous was captured and recorded to data disk at the Planetary Listening center in Arecibo, NM. The disk contains alien secrets and is the first contact ever but the World Alliance doesn't want the world to know. Follow Lt. Shred as he obtains the data disk and solves all the world problems. Producer: Ty Kaufman Production Company: Dark Moon Collective Audio/Visual: sound, color Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
Stranded on the road? There's an app for that. Google will tell future Ford cars how to drive. Will you buy your next car at Best Buy? And we drive the Hyundai Equus, well actually, we get driven in it.