Consumer reports just released the most and least reliable cars on the market. How does yours stack up?
Amazon reveals its high-end Echo, MIT’s CSAIL developed a robot that can wear different exoskeletons, Ford and Lyft tie the knot and Delta gives people free messaging on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and iMessage on flights. All this on Crunch Report.
New data from Kelley Blue Book shows Americans are choosing new trucks over new sedans. America’s best selling vehicle? The Ford F150.
Ford’s 2018 Mustang GT comes out with a “Quiet Mode” to please neighborhood noise complaints.
Here’s a first look at the F-150 Police Responder. The engine is standard, but the interior is customized to assist police on the job.
Police in several states are removing some Ford Interceptor SUVs from service because they claim that carbon monoxide has been leaking into the cabins and poisoning officers. Ford says after an investigation it has so far found no evidence of a problem.
Jennifer Jolly talks about easier ways using Tech to teach your teens how to drive.
The Sears Motor Buggy brought drivers into the automobile age for just $395.
Mark Zuckerberg gives this year’s Harvard commencement speech, Uber and Lyft are returning to Austin, Ford has some leadership shake-ups and TC Battlefield company Beam (acquired by Microsoft) is now called Mixer. All this on Crunch Report.
Peter Valdes-Dapena explains how the future of electric and self-driving cars may be closer than you think.