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NRMA uses Oculus Rift to demo car safety technology

NRMA uses Oculus Rift to demo car safety technology

At the Crashed Car Showroom, the NRMA uses high-tech interactive displays to show the changing face of car safety. 2


Nissan PlayStation GT Academy hits Australia

Nissan PlayStation GT Academy hits Australia

Sony and Nissan give gamers a chance to go from virtual to reality.


One year on, Tizen has its sights set on smartwatches and cars

One year on, Tizen has its sights set on smartwatches and cars

A year after Samsung first showed Tizen on a phone, CNET looks at where the open-source OS stands now and where it's headed next.


Toyota to leave Australia

Toyota to leave Australia

Toyota has announced that it will cease manufacturing operations in Australia by 2017, with 2500 workers to lose their jobs.


Renault concept comes with scouting drone

Renault concept comes with scouting drone

The Renault KWID is a concept multi-purpose vehicle that comes with its very own drone for scouting terrain and traffic conditions. 7


CES 2014: Startups steal the show

CES 2014: Startups steal the show

At CES 2014, there were dozens of young companies doing great things. Here are a few of our favourites.


CES 2014 Full Wrap: the show in review

CES 2014 Full Wrap: the show in review

Nic and Seamus talk about the innovations that impressed at CES this year and what left a little to be desired.


Most cars autonomous by 2050: study

Most cars autonomous by 2050: study

A study by industry data and consulting firm IHS predicts that, by 2050, nearly all road vehicles will be of the self-driving variety.


CES 2014: What to expect

CES 2014: What to expect

With one of the planet's biggest technology parties just days away, CNET briefs you on all the technology that CES 2014 could bring. 1


Need for Speed Rivals gets free 2015 Ford Mustang update

Need for Speed Rivals gets free 2015 Ford Mustang update

Need for Speed Rivals has had a quick update to add the recently unveiled 2015 Ford Mustang as a playable car.


Ford self-driving car senses danger from 60m

Ford self-driving car senses danger from 60m

Ford's self-driving car prototype has 360-degree infrared vision, and can track potential dangers up to 60 metres away. 1


Holden to cease manufacturing in Australia

Holden to cease manufacturing in Australia

The company has cited the strength of the Australian dollar, high cost of production and the small size and competitiveness of the local market. 7


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NRMA Crashed Car Showroom

Only one in ten Australians think they've got a good understanding of car safety. In an effort to educate drivers the NRMA has opened the ...

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