Sandia’s Whetstone, a software tool that “sharpens” the output of artificial neurons; Heraeus Electronics and Toshiba Materials partnering to produce metal-ceramic substrates made of silicon nitride for managing and insulating parts in power modules; using windshield wiper activity to provide faster, more accurate rainfall data than radar; and more.
The average American regardless of age covered 8,855 miles by car last year, up 4.5% from 2013, according to Sivak Applied Research.
An unidentified owner sold 22 of 25 vehicles offered for auction this week for a combined $67 million, marking the largest amount raised from a single owner's collection.
Naturally, such a list would include performance oriented cars, such as the Mitsubishi 3000 GT, but you will also see others here that are downright sedate.
The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., has decided to fill in the massive sinkhole that swallowed eight historic cars in February.
No joke, Hormel Food creates a motorcycle that runs on refined bacon grease.
Since the early days of the automobile, new owners were advised to "break in" their vehicle's engine and transmission with a regimen of special driving routines.
Only 16% of U.S. consumers have a positive view of auto repair shops, and four out of five believe they've been overcharged there, according to an online poll by AutoMD.com, a Web-based auto repair advisory service.
The U.K.'s House of Commons has approved by more than 3:1 a measure that would make it a crime to smoke in a car with child passengers on board.
A 40-foot-wide sinkhole has consumed eight historic Corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., Automotive News reports. photo: Automotive News The museum says the 30-foot-deep chasm opened up under the floor of the facility's Skydome area at about 5:40 a.m.
Renault SA has unveiled a crossover concept that can launch its own drone to scout traffic conditions ahead or take pictures of the scenery.
Johnson Controls Inc. has come up with a seating concept that can automatically adjust itself to fit the driver before anyone gets in the car.
Honda, Lexus, Mercedes and Toyota have been honored by two estimators of used-car values as brands with the best residual value in the American market.
This week Parajet International Ltd. is using the Ft.
About 25% of car owners in the U.S. love their vehicles enough to give them names, says Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
It's only about two feet tall, two feet wide and four feet long.
A New Zealand aircraft company says its new one-person jetpack can reach an altitude of 7,000 feet and zip along at speeds as high as 50 mph for half an hour at a time.
The original Rotunda building Ford Motor Co.'s iconic Rotunda building, which was destroyed by fire 51 years ago, may be rebuilt as a museum in Auburn, Ind., Hemmings Daily reports.
VW's Microbus Volkswagen AG will end production of its venerable Microbus this year when the last factory that makes the iconic minivan a VW facility in Brazil finishes building the final 600 units.
Honda Motor Co. is heading a nationwide effort to save America's 370 remaining drive-in theaters from extinction at the end of this year when distributors stop supplying movies in 35-mm film format.
More than 60 car fires in Shanghai are being blamed on 106 temperatures in the region, according to ChinaNews.com.
Almost 4,400 luxury cars were stolen in the U.S. between 2009 and 2012, and nearly one in four of them was a Mercedes-Benz C-, E- or S-Class model, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
An unidentified buyer has spent $29.7 million to acquire the 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R race car driven by Formula One legend Juan Manuel Fangio to his second F1 title.