Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein has introduced legislation that would ban people from wearing Google Glass while driving.
Texting and driving is actually more dangerous than drinking and driving. Road Wars launched its mobile app today that aims to make people more focused, careful, and law-abiding when they drive.
Drivewise.ly has raised $1.3 million for its mobile app that collects data on your driving habits and gives you a score based on your skill.
Using sensors in your smartphone, ZenDrive collects data on your driving habits and rewards you for making good decisions.
The UK Department for Transport is working proactively to enact regulations that would bar drivers from wearing Google Glass while operating a motor vehicle.
Google is reportedly in talks to acquire Waze — here’s why that deal makes more sense than Waze/Facebook.
A West Virginia delegate proposed a bill over the weekend that would make it illegal for people to drive and use Google Glass at the same time.
Joyride is building a voice-activated mobile applications that turns the millions of hours Americans spend driving into a safe, entertaining experience.
Today, Cisco and NXP announced they are making a strategic investment in Cohda Wireless, which builds hardware to make cars smarter and more connected.
Apple has updated the maps that Australian police warned about yesterday, moving the town of Mildura out of Murray Sunset National Park and back where it belongs. But there are still problems right here at home.
Just in time for the Summer driving season, driving app Waze is today embarking on bold new territory: crowdsourcing the best gas prices.
There’s no stopping Waze, the crowdsourced app that offers free GPS navigation. The company announced today that it has raised another $30 million in growth funding, led by Horizon Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
DEMO Fall 2010 alumnus Bump.com, a social network that links people through their car license plates, has raised more than $1 million in its second round of funding, VentureBeat has learned.
Waze, makers of an innovative crowdsourced app that offers free driving directions, is on a roll. The company just announced that it has scored $25 million in a second round of funding.