Green Mile: A look inside tomorrow's catalytic converter Video
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.
This week we look at a monitor that responds to light, software that saves paper, and a high-tech car battery charging station that resembles a car wash.
In the Green Show this week, we stop by the Solar Decathlon, find out what causes 17 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, and look at why Volkswagen would invest in high-tech stairs.
BMW's newest ActiveHybrid not only adds a high-tech and energy efficient engine, but also boast some nifty energy-saving tech inside at the 2012 Detroit auto show.
Does hydrogen make sense as an auto fuel, or is it an idea we'll look back at and laugh in a few years? Follow us along the green mile and find out.
High-tech singles bar on your commute, Uncle Sam will buy you a free TV converter box, and Wikipedia cleans house. It's Buzz!
You don't have to drive a luxury car to have a high-tech, computer-controlled wonder car.
CNET's Tom Merritt takes a look at an ordinary car that has become a high-tech, computer-controlled wonder car.
At a seafood restaurant in Sausalito, Calif., they have no shortage of what could be tomorrow's fuel.
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.