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Martin LaMonica of CNET News takes a test drive of a plug-in hybrid SUV being developed by GM at GM's Milford Proving Ground in Michigan on August 11, 2009.
From Mix '07 in Las Vegas: CNET News.com reporter Martin LaMonica chats with software professionals to get their thoughts on Microsoft's new Silverlight plug-in.
CNET News' Martin LaMonica gets a look at the electric Chevy Volt from GM's Frank Weber, one the car's designers at GM's famed testing track.
From scooters to off-road trucks to utility vehicles, all sorts of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles are on display at the Plug-In 2008 car conference in San Jose, Calif. CNET News reporter Kara Tsuboi stops by the world's first showcase of its kind to see what's new in the industry.
Continuing with its new i-line model of vehicles, BMW unveils the i3 Coupe Concept, a two-door electric car that just might be the affordable plug-in, all-electric BMW you've been waiting for.
CNET's Martin LaMonica catches up with the Hydrogen Road Tour in Billerica, Mass., where the first hydrogen fueling station in the state was opened. A caravan of vehicles is currently participating in the two-week cross-country trek of hydrogen-powered vehicles that will end in Los Angeles.
At the 2012 Detroit auto show, CNET's Wayne Cunningham takes a look how Toyota is incorporating plug-in technology into future cars.
CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica gets a first-hand look at "eBay to Go," a new widget developed by eBay's Stephen Chang.
CNET News.com exclusive: At Microsoft MIX 06 in Las Vegas, Bill Gates tells reporter Martin LaMonica what's in store from the Web browser update.
CNET News.com exclusive: At Microsoft MIX 06 in Las Vegas, reporter Martin LaMonica asks Bill Gates what the software maker is doing to challenge Google and IBM.