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    Hands-On: 2015 Hyundai Genesis Flirts with Autonomous Driving

    It’s easy to get fooled, but this isn’t an Aston Martin. This stylish luxury vehicle is the brand new redesigned 2015 Hyundai Genesis. This car is a techie’s dream, it’s loaded to the brim with every feature you’ve ever heard of, and then some! Read on, you’ll be surprised with what this bad boy is […]

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    2014 Ford Escape is a Techie Wonderland on Wheels: Review

    The 2014 Ford Escape is many things – comfortable, sporty looking, and it delivers respectable gas mileage. While we can write in depth about the engine and handling of this cross-over vehicle, which has been covered over and over again by many others, we prefer to dwell on the interior, the part of the Ford […]

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    Could Flying Cars Become a Reality Soon?

    The next big thing in engines might be on its way. If all goes well, it’ll be clean, cheap, efficient, and have the coolest, most futuristic name of any engine yet. It’s called Gravlet, and it’s an anti-gravity propulsion engine. Researchers in the United Kingdom and Bulgaria are developing Gravlet for use in vehicles. The […]

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    Cadillac CUE Gets Some Tweaks and Its Own App Store

    Cadillac is officially keeping up with the 2014 trends on car tech. In addition to the inclusion of OnStar 4G LTE connectivity starting with 2015 models, Cadillac will be rolling out their very own app store with native apps for their infotainment system, Cadillac CUE. Like with other cars, OnStar 4G LTE will require a […]

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    Build Your Own Futuristic Autonomous Smart Car

      Smart, self-driving cars sound pretty cool, but it’s still hard to wrap your mind around how the technology would be implemented. How would they work alongside cars still driven by people? Won’t they need an insane amount of safety features and protocols, to account for a dizzying number of possible crisis scenarios on the […]

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    Inside the GM OnStar Infotainment Call Center

    When you think of call centers, you probably don’t imagine a high-tech state of the art facility that looks like it’s straight out of a spy film. Which is why we were so surprised when we were given a tour of GM OnStar’s Infotainment call center in Austin, Texas. The Infotainment call center is where […]

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    Test Driving Chevy’s 4G LTE Connected Car

    Chevy’s 4G LTE connected car made a splash at CES. That is because their new connected car technology transforms your car into a giant hotspot that can connect up to 7 devices at one time. As a matter of fact, thanks to a stronger antennae, the connected 4G LTE cars from Chevy offer better connectivity […]

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    Come on Feel the Noise: Beats Music App Coming to Chevrolet AppShop

    Beats Music, the new streaming music service from Beats, isn’t even a few months old and it’s already migrating to the newest of app platforms – the car. At SXSW, Chevrolet announced that Beats Music will be available on the Chevrolet AppShop. The Chevrolet AppShop, which will be accessible via the MyLink display in Chevrolet […]

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    The Batmobile Can Be Yours For a Cool Million

    Calling all real-life Bruce Waynes: better have Alfred start filling out the order form for the Batmobile. Someone in Florida has made five of the very Batmobile from the Nolan Batman films, and they cost a paltry million each. Chump change coming out of Wayne Manor. The Batmobile, which, incredibly, is street legal, has an […]

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    Test Driving the 2014 Toyota Highlander

    The Toyota Highlander has been redesigned and revamped for 2014 and it’s now larger and more luxurious than ever before. For starters, the car is now made of a rigid unibody structure that has been made to be a bit wider and longer, so that there is more available interior space, as well as an […]

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    Tylt Band Lightning Car Charger Will Become an Instant Fave

    Tylt’s full of quirky and colorful mobile accessories. A new favorite is their Lightning Cable Band Car Charger. It’s an accessory you can proudly show off in your car. It can charge two devices at once, and fast too! The Tylt Band Car Charger is a flat ribbon cable, two feet in length. It rocks […]

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    Hyundai Genesis App Will Remind You When You’re Late For Dinner

    At CES, Hyundai is announcing some new smart car features, adding on to their existing Blue Link infotainment system and introducing the Genesis app, a smartphone companion designed to streamline core smart car features. The Blue Link system is still at the core of Hyundai’s smart car technology. We first saw Blue Link in 2011, […]

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    4G/LTE Connectivity Coming to Chevrolet’s Corvette and Volt

    Car companies have had increasingly large showings at major tech shows lately, and for good reason – just about all of them now have their own in-car infotainment system, with many able to sync with a driver’s mobile device. Few systems are as robust as Chevrolet’s, who at CES this year made a couple of […]

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    Elio is the $6,800 Tricycle Car with 84mpg Coming in 2015

    Four wheels are so last year. The Elio is the Tricycle that is taking the crown of three wheels from toddlers everywhere and placing it on the road for grown ups, with 84 mpg highway on its gas powered 3 cylinder engine. Michigan will see the creation of 1500 jobs as these go into production. […]

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    2014 Mazda6 Grand Touring: Review

    The 2014 Mazda6 has got it all – speed, impressive looks, and insane traction control on dirt roads. Because if you plan on spending a few days driving long straight roads in the middle of nowhere  in rural Texas – you might as well be in a car that will make a great companion on […]

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    Hands-on with the New 2015 Ford Mustang

    It’s still 2013, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start talking about the 2015 Ford Mustang. And, for good reason – the 2015 model will represent quite the milestone for the Mustang. Next year will be the 50th consecutive year that the Mustang has been in production, something very few other makes of […]