Faurecia Urban Rhythm Seat Video
The first car seat that is controlled via a smartphone app.
If you can't get comfortable in this car seat, maybe you shouldn't drive.
Do most car interiors look alike to you? This one doesn't. Get a first look of the Faurecia Interior Concept from the 2007 LA Auto show.
Kohler's NUMI smart toilet has heated seats, an automatically adjusting bidet, and a touchscreen remote, but it comes with a hefty price tag.
Over-the-top tech feature: The two-position intelligent entry system adjusts the pedals, the outside mirrors, and the driver's seat to preset values.
If you're planning to line up for your iPhone in advance, here's a site with all the resources you could ever need for surviving your urban-camping experience.
Riding shotgun may no longer put you in a digital ghetto
An intuitive and feature-packed touch screen navigation system and a multifunction rear-seat entertainment module make the 2007 Ford Expedition a surprisingly wired ride, though its bulky form is not suited to modern urban driving.
The most urban of SUVs has nothing metrosexual under the hood.
UMPC.com is running Origami--what the heck does that mean? Plus, Cooley's seating chart for the Airbus A380, and the worst data backup nightmare ever.