Steerable headlights Video
How much do we have to pay you to buy an electric car? The headlights that can buy you 6 MPG. And you might actually get your Nissan Leaf before you die. Plus we drive the Scion tC.
We check the tech at the Detroit auto show, see where headlight technology is going next, and explain self-driving cars three ways.
You can't avoid crashing into what you can't see. Traditional headlights show you what's in your path now, but adaptive headlights show what's in your path next. CNET's Brian Cooley explores new technologies for your car headlamps.
The Logitech Driving Force is a wireless steering wheel for the PS3 that is designed to sit right on your lap. While the wheel is convenient for use, some may be disappointed with its lack of sturdiness.
A blood clot robot has a steerable needle that can turn corners inside your brain. Plus, we take a quick hearing test on YouTube and ponder whether Facebook is making us miserable.
Wish you didn't have to lug around your keys? Ever imagine that your car headlights could see through rain? Intel showcased some of its futuristic technologies at its annual Research@Intel event in San Francisco.
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments. This week, Nissan and Mazda's performance cars go head-to-head, a BMW driver wants help steering clear of iDrive, and LOL cars are back.
Racing sim fans sick of driving with their thumbs should check out this top-tier steering wheel, pedal, and shifter controller combo from Fanatec.
GM shows off its "Hy-Wire," a fully functioning prototype vehicle with no steering wheel, no pedals, and (most importantly) no combustion engine. It runs instead on hydrogen fuel cells, which means the only thing coming out of the tail pipe is water vapor.
CNET's Brian Cooley gets behind the wheel of a Mazda3 and shows you how to drive a modern, shiftable, automatic transmission.