Google is revving its Android engine: at its annual developer's conference, Google I/O, Google announced Android Auto, the first automobile-specific operating system that works with Android.
Japan and automaker Toyota are looking to kick-start the fuel-cell vehicle industry with plans to produce hydrogen-powered cars that experts believe can lessen greenhouse gas emissions.
Buying in bulk may seem like it is always the best deal, but that isn't always the case. However, some online retailers like Walmart, Costco, and CVS are going to start listing unit pricing online within a year.
The World Cup draw between the US and Portugal Sunday drew 25 million US viewers, an all-time record for soccer, and US interest in the World Cup has surged since 2010. Does that mean soccer has finally arrived in the US, or is it destined to be like Olympic sports – wildly popular just once every four years?
Tesla Motors and auto dealers have been fighting for five years over Tesla Motors' online selling of its electric cars. Now, the National Auto Dealers Association is trying to market the benefits of going to auto dealers.
Mazda, Honda, and Nissan have recalled an estimated 2.8 million vehicles due to problematic airbags made by Takata Corp. Takata, Honda and Nissan all say the recall is particular to southern US states and territories known for high humidity.
Tom Hanks will reportedly star as real-life U.S. Attorney James Donovan, who negotiated the release of an American pilot captured by the Soviet Union, in a movie directed by Steven Spielberg. Tom Hanks recently starred in the film 'Saving Mr. Banks.'