Sherri Carmody

Sherri
Carmody
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Bigger Role for 16-bit Chips
New chips make it easier for automakers to electronically control doors, seats, lighting, and HVAC
Mirror Stre-e-e-etches for Towing
Extendable mirror helps with towing.
2003 Honda Civic Si
Review of the 2003 Honda Civic Si
Mach 1 Flashback
New Ford Mach 1 Mustang
Hot Wheels for Big People
The Ford Focus Hot Wheels concept car based on the toys.
No More Spaghetti, Please
Integrated robot dress packs, or umbilicals, combine power and data cables, as well as pneumatic and hydraulic hoses, into a single protective jacket. The units are slowly replacing conventional "spaghetti" methods of dressing industrial robots with loose bundles of individual cables and hoses.
Appliances that run your life
The latest frontier for cutting-edge technology: Smart homes.
Award-winning designs, Amusing gizmos
Some of today's most innovative thinking goes into entertainment gadgetry.
The connected car
The question is not whether automotive telematics will happen, but just when the technology will reach critical mass.
2002 Lincoln Blackwood
A review of the 2002 Lincoln Blackwood SUV.
Ain't that America
For over a decade, Ford Motor Co.'s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) has kept America's love for high-performance vehicles alive.
2002 Chevy Trailblazer EXT
In the world of midsize SUVs, the 2002 Chevy Trailblazer EXT is a worthy contender.
2002 Mercury Mountaineer
To test the prowess of the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer, my boyfriend Pat and I packed it up and headed for the hills of West Virginia.
2003 Lincoln Town Car
As one of the lucky auto journalists invited to take a spin in both the 2003Lincoln Town Car and Navigator, I was whisked away to lovely Santa Barbara, Calif.
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