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Google's autonomous tech can be considered driver under federal law, NHTSA says

U.S. vehicle safety regulators have said the artificial intelligence system piloting a self-driving Google car could be considered the driver under federal law, a major step toward ultimately winning approval for autonomous vehicles on the roads.  » READ
 

Nissan plans big strides in connectivity

 

Army marches forward with self-driving trucks

 

Obama seeks $10-a-barrel oil tax for self-driving cars, transport outlays

 

Delphi Q4 net income slides 44% in 'challenging global marketplace'

 

Cybersecurity experts urge automakers to take steps to stop hackers

 

Google expands self-driving car testing to Washington state

 

Microbus-styled mini-MPV to use new electric platform

 

Zetsche: Apple, Google 'can do more' than we thought

 

Got gadgets?

 

Cheap gas hits hybrid, EV residuals

 

GM names executive to lead autonomous driving efforts

 

Harman posts strong quarterly gains from auto business

 

ZF TRW signs office lease for global electronics business

 

A driving enthusiast can't wait for self-driving cars

 

The risk of being an auto pioneer

 

Over-the-air updates on varied paths

 

Why Mercedes-Benz is reasserting control over connectivity

 

Apple, Google making progress on car projects, Daimler's Zetsche tells paper

 

Apple's Zadesky, head of electric car project, to leave company, report says

 

Ford to boost F-150 fuel economy with stop-start technology

 

GM bundles, expands ride-sharing efforts under new Maven brand

 

Fiat Chrysler runs short on time to fix emissions problems in U.S.

 

BMW to roll out restaurant-booking digital helper

 

NHTSA chief vows action this year on cybersecurity

 

BMW's retooled, tech-packed 2017 5 series takes shape

 

Next Chevy Traverse, Buick Enclave won't follow GMC Acadia diet

 

GM buys ride-sharing company Sidecar's assets to support Lyft alliance

 

Panasonic shifts from home electronics to cars

 

BMW will boost i3's range

 

Krafcik, Lentz chart diverging routes to the self-driving car

 

Nobody needs a safety-tech nanny

 

VW supplier Bosch defends diesel technology

 

GM delays rollout of Super Cruise

 

Zetsche: '17 E class will pass ES

 

U.S. seeks to clear autonomous-car hurdles

 

Some Nissan websites down for 2nd day after hacking attempt

 

Android Auto architect Brenner sees a 'virtuous cycle' in common car software

 

Supplier Roechling extols engine encapsulation

 

Ford will ultimately get its due from Wall Street, Fields says

 

Naming GM's Barra chairman was 'tone deaf,' activist investor says

 

Auction head urges retailers to see themselves as a consumer's resource

 

BMW tailors its pitch to the young and wealthy

 

Jonas describes the gap between traditional automakers and newcomers

 

The stampede to put new tech in lower-priced models

 

Autonomous cars will challenge technology infrastructure, panelists say

 

Luxury brands tap mobile software experts to polish premium cachet

 

Android Auto architect Brenner sees a 'virtuous cycle' in common car software

 

Auto industry's fuel economy goals are in trouble

 

Obama to discuss self-driving cars in State of the Union