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New tech doesn't put the QP on the same page as the Germans, but maybe that's a good thing.

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Mr. Robot meets UConnect.

In an effort to enhance cybersecurity, FCA is working with Bugcrowd to pay out bounties for hackers who find systems exploits.

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Automaker teams with LG to rethink the car radio.

The two companies will develop new technology that will allow drivers to monitor their home automation systems.

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A new HUD could change navigation tactics for motorists.

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You could try to fix it yourself by disconnecting the battery cables for 10 minutes, but Lexus would rather have you bring the car to a dealership.

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Here's another look at the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom.

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Apple doubles down on its mapping services by hiring Sinisa Durekovic, the man behind the Harman navigation system used by BMW, Mercedes, and Audi.

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Android Auto will soon run entirely on your phone while offering the same features as if it were connected to your dash.

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Apple continues to dip its toes in the water of the transportation world. In this case, a toe is one billion dollars and the pool is Chinese ride-hailing.

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Of course it's bespoke.

Controlling your Bentaya's features is all on your wrist.

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Think K.I.T.T., but not exactly.

A voice-controlled Tesla Model S negotiates the closed garage door by itself thanks to an Amazon Echo hack.

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Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay offers Tesla Driving Experience Package.

See the Tesla Model S video playback hack. Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay offers Tesla Driving Experience Package. Formula E launches Formula E Gaming.

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Tech is at the center of most new cars, but it's still giving owners trouble.

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BMW drivers will be able to combine GoPro video with telemetry from the M Laptimer to get a complete look at every track lap.

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In 2036, your Bentley won't have buttons, but it will have a butler you can talk to.

What is the essence of luxury twenty years into the future? Autonomous cars would need minimum input from the passenger, so why not have a virtual butler at your service?

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Ingolstadt's baby gets new tech inside, out, and under the hood.

Back in Germany, Audi is introducing an updated version of the A3 family with new lights, engines, and perhaps most importantly, the Virtual Cockpit system. Now if Ingolstadt will only send it our way.

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BMW is presenting its Connected North America digital mobility service at the Microsoft BUILD conference in San Francisco.

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Every once in a while, a concept comes along that makes so much sense that you wonder why it doesn't already exist. The Samsung Smart Windshield is one such example.

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As cars become more connected, the nature of threat will change.

Americans have short memories. Despite a number of prominent car-hacking developments in recent months, only 26 percent of respondents to a Kelley Blue Book survey could recall an instance of vehicle hacking over the past year. As automakers pour connected features into new cars, the findings released Tuesday suggest drivers are unaware of the potential risks.

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A poor Bluetooth pairing procedure is not the same as a blown engine.

J.D. Power's 2016 Vehicle Dependability Study suggests that cars are getting less reliable. Here's the problem: That's not true.

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Samsung revealed its own take on smarter vehicle tech, called Connect Auto.

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