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Part high-tech gimmick, part safety feature, haptick technology provides forced feedback on centralized knobs and buttons so that you can control your cars functions intuitively.
The Wireless M505 Mouse is a good choice for anyone using Logitech's Unifying USB transceiver (which also works with its keyboards), but it's priced a bit high considering its limited button layout.
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.
With Unified Remote, your phone becomes a wireless keyboard and mouse, useful for controlling your PC from a distance.
You don't have to drive a luxury car to have a high-tech, computer-controlled wonder car.
BMW is the first car company to offer Web browsing as a factory option. Brian Cooley shows us how Connected iDrive works.
The "San Diego Incident" may change the Prius woes, Ford readies a brand new high-tech police interceptor, a black box recorder may be coming to your next car, and we drive the 2010 Mini Cooper S and love it -- eventually.
ADS Tech's Media-Link wireless digital media receiver isn't ready for prime time.
BMW gives the 7 Series a makeover, including a new iDrive.
The catalytic converter is the unseen hero of auto emissions control. Does the old 'soot can' have a high-tech story? Yes.