Launched last year as a replacement for the subcompact Festiva, Ford's little Aspire has been a modest success in a...
Over the past few days, we've covered touchscreens, voice commands, head-up displays, applications, smartphone integration, and various other technologies featured at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Ford reintroduces the knob and hard buttons to future vehicles.
Like Charles Darwin--or the myriad automotive nameplates at the beginning of the 20th century--cars are at a dramatic "survival of the fittest" moment.
While many states have already outlawed texting, grooming, reading, and eating while driving, Rhode Island is taking distracted driving to a whole new level.