The third season of the acclaimed thought-provoking British series that satirizes and examines our modern technology-marinated lives has just been released on Netflix. The first episode, Nosedive, is primarily a scathing take on social media, but it also describes one of the most plausibly grim futures for cars.
One of the big benefits of autonomous cars is the freedom to do anything - ANYTHING! - while being chauffeured by your self-driving car. Like playing patty-cake for example...
I’m actually pretty excited about the newly redesigned Smart ForTwo. It’s based on the new Renault Twingo, and that platform is about as close to my ideal modern Beetle as anyone is likely to make any time soon. But what I want to point out is a detail, albeit a big one — the Smart’s phone dock system looks really…
Tesla's Model S is so technologically advanced, it gets software updates the way your old fashioned car gets oil changes. And rumor has it the newest update will let iPhone-using Tesla owners forget their car keys forever: The car will soon recognize the owner's phone to start the car.
Someone was did an amazing job of predicting the future when they put that strange slot in the center of your dash. Spooky. [Reddit]
Forget apps like Spotify, Dropbox or the one that makes the farty noises on demand. Researchers at MIT have just developed what is surely the greatest smartphone app of all time.
I'd like to integrate my smartphone into my car, but it's a pretty basic vehicle that's a far cry from technologically advanced. What can I do without paying a fortune to make my car and smartphone work well together?
Today's episode of Auto Branding Adventures is a particularly special one because it includes rumors and speculation rather than plain old products. Set for an announcement at CeBIT, a Germany-based technology tradeshow in March, is the Lamborghini branded Asus ZX1 smartphone.