GM's Search for In-Car Tech Lands on Google

GM's Search for In-Car Tech Lands on Google

Sign up here !Android Auto and Apple Carplay, which let drivers project their phone’s interface onto the center screen, are each available in more than 400 car models globally; many offer both systems.

Lamborghini’s Huracán EVO Sees the Future—And Makes You Look Great

Lamborghini’s Huracán EVO Sees the Future—And Makes You Look Great

The new Lamborghini Huracán EVO I spent a few hours whipping around Willow earlier this month has perhaps the most advanced dynamic control system of any street-legal sports car .

Your Cadillac Can Now Drive Itself More Places

Your Cadillac Can Now Drive Itself More Places

Cadillac Super Cruise, the luxury automaker’s hands-off driver-assistance system, will by the end of the year work on more than 200,000 miles of highway in the United States and Canada, 35 percent more territory than it covered when it launched in 2017 .

Ferrari’s Latest Goes 211 MPH With 986 HP—and It’s a Hybrid

Ferrari’s Latest Goes 211 MPH With 986 HP—and It’s a Hybrid

On Wednesday, Ferrari unveiled the plug-in hybrid electric that, thanks to a battery, is the most powerful production vehicle ever to roll out of Maranello .Alex Davies covers autonomous vehicles and other transportation machines for WIRED.The two-seat, midengine supercar combines a V-8 engine with three electric motors drawing power from a 7.9-kWh battery to generate 986 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque.

The Wagon Wheel Effect Shows the Limits of the Human Brain

The Wagon Wheel Effect Shows the Limits of the Human Brain

Some, like the wagon wheel illusion, rely on frame rate tricks (with the right camera settings, flowing water can appear to freeze in midair).

Game of Thrones Recap: The Endings We Choose to Believe

Game of Thrones Recap: The Endings We Choose to Believe

While Game of Thrones ultimately rejects the might-makes-right philosophy of Dany, the conclusion it offers is far less radical than you might expect from a show that relied so heavily on subverting expectations: that the best and perhaps only way to advance the cause of justice is not to break the wheel but to slightly rearrange the spokes.

Boosted’s Rev Might Make You Want to Ditch Scooter Share

Boosted’s Rev Might Make You Want to Ditch Scooter Share

According to Boosted, the company that makes those popular orange-wheeled electric skateboards , you can fix everything people hate about electric scooters by switching from a share model to an ownership model.

Waymo Is Selling the Lidar Tech It Fought Uber to Protect

Waymo Is Selling the Lidar Tech It Fought Uber to Protect

The autonomous tech company that started life in 2009 as Google’s self-driving car project announced today it’s creating a new revenue stream by selling its custom-developed, short range laser sensors.

Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler Says the Internet Needs Regulation

Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler Says the Internet Needs Regulation

WIRED: The FCC approved the Open Internet Order while you were chair, which imposed net neutrality as a check on the centralizing power of broadband networks. There are two basic concepts that I think are universal to both networks and platforms and that we need regulations to protect.

Trouble Brews Anew at Tesla, Plus More Car News This Week

Trouble Brews Anew at Tesla, Plus More Car News This Week

The Boston-based IT manager spends his free time salvaging wrecked EVs and says he’s following Elon Musk’s mission: “sustainability and recycling.” In less waterlogged Tesla news, Elon Musk announced that his cars will be able to drive themselves quite capably by the end of this year, including finding their driver in a parking lot and taking them wherever they’re going without human intervention.

The Bold Robocar Roaming Las Vegas Without a Human Backup

The Bold Robocar Roaming Las Vegas Without a Human Backup

The Bold Robocar Roaming Las Vegas Without a Human Backup Yandex's team got to Vegas two weeks before CES to map the roads and hand-annotate the results to mark lanes, traffic lights, and other stationary objects.

Hyundai's Walking Car Concept With Legs Reinvents the Wheel

Hyundai's Walking Car Concept With Legs Reinvents the Wheel

Hyundai's Walking Car Concept With Legs Reinvents the Wheel Hyundai calls this concept Elevate, or the Ultimate Mobility Vehicle. But Hyundai has thought through a business case for the machine it’s calling Elevate, or the Ultimate Mobility Vehicle (how about the ummmm...

Self-Driving Cars: The Complete Guide

Self-Driving Cars: The Complete Guide

By the 2007 Urban Challenge, the vehicles were not just avoiding obstacles and sticking to trails but following traffic laws, merging, parking, even making safe, legal U-turns.When Google launched its self-driving car project in 2009, it started by hiring a team of Darpa Challenge veterans.

Burger King’s One-Cent Whopper Offers a Taste of the Robocar Future

Burger King’s One-Cent Whopper Offers a Taste of the Robocar Future

Burger King’s One-Cent Whopper Offers a Taste of the Robocar FutureIn a world with more ride-hailing and self-driving tech, ads that have always been relegated to billboards can move into the car.At first bite, it seems no more than a clever way to boost sales at the expense of a competitor.

The Teens Who Hacked Microsoft's Xbox Empire—And Went Too Far

The Teens Who Hacked Microsoft's Xbox Empire—And Went Too Far

There was one hacker, however, who lucked into a mother lode of 360 dev kits and whose eagerness to profit off his good fortune would help Pokora ascend to the top of the Xbox scene.Meet the cast of characters behind the Xbox Underground.Gifted Canadian hacker and the brains of the Xbox Underground.Programmer who made millions by tricking FIFA Soccer into minting virtual coins.Australian teenage hacker who turned reckless as the FBI closed in.Pokora's friend in Delaware, arrested in 2010 for trying to steal a game's source code.Abruptly vanished from the Xbox hacking scene, causing widespread paranoia.Owner of a hacked modem that he used to help the Xbox Underground steal software.III.

The Coolest Bugatti Ever Goes 18 MPH (and Is Made of Lego)

The Coolest Bugatti Ever Goes 18 MPH (and Is Made of Lego)

Where the real Chiron produces 1,500 horsepower from a quad-turbocharged W16 engine and can hit 261 mph, the Lego lookalike makes 5.3 horses from 2,304 tiny motors, can go 18 mph—surely the slowest any vehicle has driven at Germany's Ehra Lessien proving ground.