Volkswagen is will launch an affordable, mass-market EV before the end of the decade, a new report finds. Aimed at the Chevrolet Bolt, the yet-unnamed model will share most of its mechanical components with the next e-Golf.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
It's not enough that Google's cars don't need drivers -- now, they don't want plugs either. The autonomous technology is now also looking into wireless charging, because you can't have too much of a good thing.
Call it either the best or the worst timing, but Uber drivers have had enough. The pot is finally boiling over this weekend, this very busy Super Bowl weekend, no less, as San Francisco Uber drivers threaten to strike.
Google's self-driving cars are crossing the Atlantic. According to reports from the Guardian, transport officials in London are in "active discussions" with Google to make the British capital one of the trial cities.
Lamborghini dove into its massive archives department to re-launch its heritage-focused Polo Storico division. Polo Storico provides period documentation, sells parts, and restores cars from the ground up.
The action sports community mourns the loss of one of its pioneer athletes, BMX star turned Rallycross driver Dave Mirra. Mirra, along with Bucky Lasek Travis Pastrana, and other pro athletes moved from their origin sport to Rallycross…
One of the last remaining vestiges of pre-mobile payment times is finally joining the 21st century -- the much dreaded parking meter, a ubiquitous sight along New York City streets, is finally letting you pay via your smartphone.