General Motor's new software, which will be the first of its kind to be mass-produced in cars, can measure head rotation and eye movement and will remind distracted drivers to focus on the road.
The Mountain View-based company has begun showing the 2013 version of its search homepage to those using out-of-date web browsers, in a change that users have criticised as "heavy handed."
Throughout the week, we'll be delivering comprehensive coverage of everything that goes down in Berlin at Europe's biggest technology tradeshow. Enjoy the ride.
Earlier this summer I wrote about moving to a Chromebook - I'm working from my porch and I want something easily portable. I stated at the time that I was not sure where things would lead...
My favourite satnav app has made its way to Windows Phone at last, so now all you Microsoft phone fans can join the iPhone and Android brigade and enjoy CoPilot.
It may have been something of an unknown quantity for years now. Just why was a particular app denied entry to the App Store? Now Apple has finally laid its cards on the table.
It is set to unveil a range of new features at IFA 2014 in Berlin that includes safety services, an energy management solution and location awareness technology.
With the South Korean phone-giant looking to lessen its reliance on Google applications, the company has turned to Nokia's map service, including it on smartphones and its Gear S smartwatch.
Fujifilm and Xerox unite to build a robotic printer so smart it delivers documents straight to your desk
The smart printer has been designed for public places such as an airport lounge and uses sensors to navigate around obstacles, but is it just "technology for technology's sake?"
We discuss Microsoft’s move last week, when the firm stripped 1,500 junk apps from the Windows store because they were misleading, fraudulent or simple knock-offs.