Drew Harwell, Hayley Tsukayama One of the automotive world's newest, buzziest upgrades was once offered only for trained jet pilots: heads-up displays, projecting a buffet of colorful information on that once-sacred place of clarity, the car windshield.
Marco della Cava Carmaker one of a record 10 attending the consumer electronics show this year, marking a growing integration of cars and tech.
Marco della Cava While the big unveils remain under wraps, there are already hints of what this year's Consumer Electronics Show will reveal about the state of automobile technology.
Google's self-driving car is ready to be road tested.
Adam Carey Self-driving cars could be mainstream in Australia within a generation, ferrying people from point to point using a mix of in-vehicle smarts and powerful cloud computing that could potentially slash the road toll by 80 per cent.
Tom Keane Autonomous cars – cars without a driver – what was once a novelty seems suddenly probable.
Adam Turner To play it safe on the road, as well as avoid a hefty fine, it's best to invest in a secure car mount for your smartphone.
Tim Barlass You are driving your car when suddenly you discover you are no longer in control. Somebody has hacked into your vehicle's on-board computer and taken over.
Rose Powell The era of driverless cars is just around the corner and here's what that means for you.
Bridie Smith "Clever cars" designed to prevent accidents are the latest frontier in attempts to minimise the risk of death and injury in road crashes.
Karissa Bell Nissan has unveiled a new prototype that could potentially do away with car washes.
Ben Grubb One day in the not too distant future, self-driving share cars will be ferrying commuters around our streets if Australian researchers succeed in their quest to better understand our driving quirks.
Tatiana Jancarikova Mankind's primordial dream of flight is taking off with a new twist as a Slovak prototype of a flying car spreads its wings.
Angela Greiling Keane Rising hacking risks as cars are increasingly powered by and connected to computers have prompted the US vehicle safety regulator to set up an office focusing on the threat.
Angela Greiling Keane Rising cyber security risks over the potential hacking of cars have prompted the US auto-safety regulator to start a new office focusing on the threat.
Will Oremus Google's self-driving cars may soon have some competition from Tesla.
Chris Taylor A "driveable plane" is set to go on sale to the public as early as 2015, followed by a flying car in the early 2020s.
Rod Easdown Rod Easdown reviews three stand-alone navigation systems.
Jim Forsyth Using voice to send text messages while driving is just as dangerous as texting with fingers, a study shows.