Tesla's 35,000 cars per year is too little revenue, too little profit, in relation to how it is affecting the big automakers.
Tesla opening up its charging network takes away the rationale for the premium multiple on the stock.
Porsche's attempt to compete with the other plug-in electric cars comes up short. The Panamera lacks in smoothness.
Apple is half a decade behind the curve while simultaneously falling short on every expectation.
Google partners with LG to deliver a 22-inch desktop PC with everything included for $350 or less. Read it and weep, Apple.
Nissan's electric minivan enters service with Google on a test basis. I drove the first car on U.S. soil. Here's what I've learned.
LG takes the smartphone to a whole new hardware level: 1440x2560 pixel resolution. In a 5.5 inch display. That's much more than a new TV.
Regular new gasoline/diesel cars are already so clean that electric cars bring essentially zero air quality benefit.
Premium diesel power on stilts. The smooth, elegant, sporty-handling and very powerful Audi Q5 SUV.
One source tells me BMW's i5 and i9 electric cars will arrive already in 2015, and be different variants of SUVs/crossovers. I'm slightly skeptical but it's worth discussing.