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After the carmaker waged a public war of words with federal safety regulators, CEO Elon Musk picked a Twitter fight with a newspaper and may have improperly revealed financial information
Their response has been both a frank acknowledgment that many systems aren't ready for widespread deployment, and rising concern that similar testing failures could undermine the progress that has been achieved.
The death of an Arizona woman was 'uncomfortably soon in the history of automated driving,' said one analyst.
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft left the Texas capital to protest what they considered to be too-stringent rules. Now they're back, but tension remains.
A online search for the perfect CPO hatchback quickly turned into a technological nightmare, including accusations of attempted fraud.
The ride-hailing industry is trying to make magic by finding a way to make non-emergency transportation to doctor's offices and hospitals affordable.
The arts and culture festival is where lots of business leaders come to talk about the future.
The cellular industry is plowing ahead with 5G, but will it make sense for the auto industry to tap into the network? Telus, Bell and Rogers — and the Government of Canada — are expanding 5G networks.
The cellular industry is plowing ahead with 5G, but will it make sense for the auto industry to tap into the network?
Last year in Amsterdam, locals found a new culprit to blame for the city's congestion: bike-sharing operators.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is spearheading an aggressive expansion into public transportation.
Government groups and auto industry insiders are meeting up at conferences to talk about how to get this complicated tech out there.
Lyft wants to put drivers in cars they can afford, rather than having them take on expensive loans for new vehicles.
A pledge to adhere to core principles for ethical deployment of self-driving vehicles has set off a skirmish between progressives and free market-types. The industry should welcome the debate.
Former BMW chief designer Chris Bangle critiqued U.S. politics, expounded on theories of civilization and skewered modern car design as trite and unoriginal.
The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.
Chris Bangle knows you think his new car design is out there. That's the point.
Carlos Ghosn uses a broad definition of autonomous technology to defend his claim that the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is at the front of the race.
There was lots of talk and several demonstrations of self-driving cars at CES, but it was striking to notice which companies did not attend this massive consumer electronics extravaganza.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said the federal government will introduce new federal guidelines in an effort to modernize regulations to fit an autonomous future.
CES showcases a lot of wild and crazy products every year, but many will never make it to consumers. Still, some of the coolest tech we saw at the show were features you might see in cars in the next few years
Carlos Ghosn found a way to hold court amid an array of journalists and coterie of executives through repeated, enthusiastic endorsements of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance's autonomous car strategy.
Hyundai's partnership with Cisco has yielded an in-car connectivity system that will enable the carmaker to increase the speed and amount of video, sensor and telematics data flowing into and around the vehicle.
ZF's next-generation ProAI supercomputer will allow carmakers to increase data processing as autonomous vehicles become more advanced.
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