"You will be able to do pretty much anything via voice command."
"The connected steering wheel that could be the only part of the car you own."
A voice-controlled Tesla Model S negotiates the closed garage door by itself thanks to an Amazon Echo hack.
Our connected devices are typically viewed as the root of the distracted driving problem, but what if they became part of the solution? A new app for Google Glass seeks to do just that.
We knew this moment would come. Partly because Toyota told us it would back in July, but also because we've been watching too many sci-fi movies. The moment in question is when a robot would hold a conversation with a human in outer space. Which may not seem that cataclysmic, but we're here to point out that a) this is the first time it has ever happened, and b) it could mark the beginning of the apocalypse, wrought on us by robots from outer space.
Toyota today released new video of a 13.4 inch talking robot named Kirobo. The "verbal-communications" robot is slated for an interstellar trip to the International Space Station in early August.
Tony Stark isn't the only one with a heads up display (HUD) in his helmet.
Popular music streaming service Spotify will become available on Ford's SYNC Applink system, the automaker announced today at the Mobile World Congress. This will be Spotify's first time fully integrating into an OEM's infotainment system--Volvo announced late last year their intentions with Spotify, but that won't be ready until next year.