I know I’m late to the party on this one, but how did I not know this glorious thing existed? Just look at it. It’s like Go Go Gadget HEADLIGHT WASHER!
The new iPhone 7 costs $649—that’s more than a running, driving Jeep Cherokee off Craigslist. So really, you should probably not buy one (a new iPhone, that is. You should definitely buy an XJ). But there are still a lot of new features this iPhone offers over its predecessors that gearheads might find incredibly…
Hey, remember a few years back, Bose (the people normally known for speakers) came out with what seemed to be a magical old Lexus LS? The one with super smooth suspension that would never lean or roll, and could actually hop? We never really knew what happened to it, until now. And yeah, it’s probably for the exact…
Many famous movie cars have featured gadgets and crazy-futuristic technologies that seemed beyond audiences’ wildest dreams. Now in today’s road cars, many of those technologies could be easily implemented — or have been already. 1, movies 0!
Do you hate wearing a seatbelt? Do you love driving drunk? Here's a cheap little device to help you out, courtesy of the Chinese auto accessory industry.
At CES every year, we cover hundreds of products. They're usually only barely differentiated from previous models. But sometimes, companies trot out devices and technology that could bring something new and wonderful to the market—it's just too bad the odds of this vaporware ever being for sale are slim to nil. Here's…
Did you get a bunch of new gear today? Got some questions about how to use it?
We're now officially in the midst of what marketers like to call "the holiday season," and for many of us, that means traveling to see friends and family.
Sometimes you need to get somewhere in a hurry, but a car can be an expensive accessory, particularly if you live in a downtown setting. Thankfully, there are plenty of alternatives to just taking a bicycle to where you need to go. Including plenty that look just look downright stupid.
By all accounts the LiveWire NavGenius is your typical gray-market GPS navigation device, with touchscreen functionality and basic mapping software. But tucked away inside is an extra bit of hardware that lets the unit remotely tattle on its location.
While your car might not have the mess of cables you'll find underneath you desk, it has recently become a home for more technology than it is prepared to handle. Here's how you can keep those stray chargers, audio cables, and whatever else under control so you're not fighting wires while trying to concentrate on the…
A few years ago, a professor at Pasadena Art Center College of Design was planning to build a drivable Sega OutRun cabinet. He did it, and it works.
As one who's dropped his iPhone face down on a marble floor, I can attest to the necessity of an iPhone case. But everyone's got those rubber things. Wouldn't it be nice to have a case that constantly reminded you that the engine in your garage isn't going to rebuild itself?
The antique Thunderbird parked outside on my street right now will run, approximately, forever. Unlike my Honda Civic Hybrid, which will be in the scrapheap before my baby daughter hits college. Why? Because the gadgetization of cars is ruining them.
What if I were to tell you there's a device that can make your Kia Sportage sound like 1/600th of a ute muster. You'd have no idea what I was talking about, unless you were Australian.
The "Buckle Up Key Holder" is a seat belt buckle re-purposed for clever key storage. It's also $22, which is funny because a visit to the pick-and-pull and a few bucks in parts and you could make one way cooler.
These "Turbo Tips" are screw-on, eBay-marketed widgets for Honda Accords designed to change your exhaust note from four-banger to four-banger-with-some-crap-in-the-pipe. It won't fool anyone. Heinous before-and-after videos below.