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Software is taking over cars. But it may be a while before it can be updated without a trip to the dealer.
Toyota says it has reduced the cost of fuel cells significantly enough to sell hydrogen cars for under $100,000.
Wireless connections in cars are becoming faster and more capable, bringing new features, new services—and new problems.
Falling costs are making fuel-cell vehicles look like a plausible alternative to conventional cars.
The federal government is scrambling to deal with the rapid pace of IT-driven innovation in cars.
Decades of increasing vehicle weight may be coming to an end as cars get more lightweight materials.
Some car apps will mirror mobile ones, while others will add new functionality, the auto giants say.