Audi's OLED Lighting Is Like Something Out of a Science Fiction Movie

And it'll likely remain fiction unless the government tweaks the law.

Over the last few years, it feels like every automaker on the planet has incorporated light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on the exteriors of their cars. What started as a luxury is now accessible to all, which means that it's only a matter of time before the Next Big Thing arrives and starts the whole process over again. If Audi's Swarm concept has anything to say about it, that time may arrive soon.

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Porsche Is Now Building Nav-System Retrofits for Vintage P-Cars

Finally, a good reason to ditch your 911's "Best Buy Special" radio.

If you've gone shopping for an older Porsche in the last several years, you may have noticed that most previous owners have replaced Porsche's pokey old radio in favor of something a bit more technologically relevant. However, these "upgrades" are usually third-party radios that throw off the whole feel of the car. Porsche has finally devised a better answer; the brand is releasing an upgraded radio that brings 21st-century tech to a decidedly analog lineup.

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Ford's New Stability Control System Stops You When You Can't Stop Yourself

Safety technology predicts and prevents spin-outs.

Debuting on the 2015 Ford Focus is yet another leap forward in safety technology: Ford's "next generation" stability control system, which is able to recognize the conditions under which your car might go into a skid and make the necessary corrections before you even have a chance to lose control.

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Autos 101: How To Replace Your Brake Light and Avoid a Fix-It Ticket

Changing your tail light bulbs will take five minutes or less.

Having some basic auto knowledge is important for everyone, not just gearheads. Knowing a thing or two about what's under the hood and how your car functions will make you a safer, more confident driver. Autos 101 is your resource to learn about basic auto maintenance, along with common problems and how to fix them. Some of the most frequent parts you'll need to replace in your car are the tail lights.

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MedEx Ambulance Service Is First in the Country to Use Google Glass Onboard Critical Care Vehicles

Wicked Tech: Google Glass will help paramedics in the field.

When Google announced in January that it was shelving its Google Glass Explorer program, many were quick to deem the product a failure. And, as a consumer product, $1,500 was a bit rich for the average person to shell out on a cool gadget. However, Glass has an enormous potential to make a meaningful impact on our lives - Google just didn't initially realize what that application would be.

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Ford Shows Off All-New Sync 3 Infotainment System at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show

Wicked Tech: Next-generation Sync system is incredibly user-friendly.

When Ford updated their original Sync in-car infotainment system with the MyFord Touch program there were some damaging ramifications, with major complaints on usability. So, Ford listened to its customers, and drawing from 22,000 comments and suggestions developed the all-new Sync 3 system that makes huge improvements where the MyFord Touch fell short.

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