At one time, gadgets designed to keep us informed and entertained while on the move came from the automotive aftermarket. Now automakers are providing complex, digitally connected gizmos as factory equipment.
If you've got the right gadgets, you can already use voice commands to control things like your GPS and phone from the driver's seat. How close are we to voice activation as an affordable car option -- and what we will we say when we have it?
You might like checking yourself out in your rearview mirror, but if you live and drive in the U.S., you might have to replace it soon with one of these gadgets. Are conventional rearview mirrors becoming obsolete? Will these devices eventually become a standard car feature?
Car accidents occur often at night, and part of the reason might be that your headlights just aren't good enough. Adaptive headlights alleviate the visibility problems you experience every time you take the car out after dark.
Ford's Sync system pioneered many of the mobile connectivity features that are now commonplace in new cars. However, you don't necessarily need to be a social media fanatic to enjoy all the benefits Sync has to offer.
If you're a regular on toll roads, you probably either know about E-Zpass or you already have one. Learn all about this ingenious and convenient technology and how it automatically lets you pay your way.
Ever wonder what's behind the auto-up feature that can detect obstacles? Power windows are one of those hidden miracles in cars -- they're actually pretty amazing once you learn about them. Find out how power windows operate!