What You Need to Know About Keyless Ignition Systems
Keyless ignition systems let you start your car's engine without the hassle of fumbling for a key in your pocket or purse. They've become a must-have convenience for many consumers, but you need to be aware of the downsides.
Car Tech Trends at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
CES 2016 showcased the next generation of electric cars, more Apple CarPlay, the latest in infotainment systems and a slew of announcements on autonomous vehicle partnerships and technology.
Car Technology That Helps Older Drivers
Active safety systems and convenience features such as keyless entry and ignition can help seniors stay safe and more comfortable behind the wheel.
There's an App for That Car
Remote apps let car owners use smartphones to lock and unlock doors or check on a vehicle's whereabouts. Fears of hacking start to surface.
Car Tech Trends at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show
We've gathered a list of the top trends seen at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. Our main focus is on technology that is close to production, but we also take a look at developments that offer a glimpse into the future.
Tapping Into In-Car WiFi
In-car WiFi capability is becoming available on more new vehicles. Here's what you need to know about this tech trend.
Is Car Radio Going Away?
With streaming music services coming into our vehicles, traditional car radio is facing new forms of competition.
The Car CD Player Deathwatch
With the rising popularity of digital music and streaming services, some automakers are starting to leave CD players out of cars.
How To Buy a Low-Tech Car
Cars increasingly are laden with complex technology. What do you do if you'd rather have a car that's relatively tech-free? Here are some tips for finding low-tech vehicles.
Car Technology and Privacy
Modern car technology is capable of knowing where you've been, who you've called, what your texts say, and more. Here's how to combat invasions of privacy.
Decoding What's in Your Car's Black Box
With event data recorders now in 96 percent of new cars, it's important that drivers know what they are, how they work and who controls the data they produce.