Category : My CNET
On this week’s episode we tackle our final questions and some comments but also we bid a fond farewell to CNET Roadside Assistance.
CNET Roadside Assistance 49: Where we say goodbye by answering your questions.
The Feds want to ban navigation systems, a preview of the New York auto show, we take a ride in not one, but two very fast cars, and finally we say goodbye to Car Tech Live.
Car Tech Live 256: New York auto show
We’ve seen a lot of start-stop tech showing up hand in hand with turbocharging, direct injection, and partial electrification. What’s its role in the foursome and when is it poorly implemented?
CNET Roadside Assistance 48: Don’t get me started on start-stop tech
Come take a spin in the 2012 BMW 650i for a taste of the connected-car era that is well and truly joined.
Car Tech Live 255: 2016, the year of the connected car
From the Infiniti Emerg-E to the rather hideous Toyota FT-Bh, we’ve got something to say about every high tech car CNET saw at the 2012 Geneva auto show.
Car Tech Live 254: 2012 Geneva auto show edition
Android in the dash remains a hot question (while many of you wait for iDash!) and so is the kind of fuel that goes in your car. Let’s sort this out once and for all.
CNET Roadside Assistance 47: All you need is Bluetooth