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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.
ZF Friedrichshafen said it will introduce Car eWallet, its in-car payment system, in Germany in the third quarter.
Hyundai Mobis will debut a narrow self-driving safety system aimed at drowsy drivers at CES 2018 this week, in a bid to jump ahead of competitors in the autonomous race and broaden its U.S. customer base.
Expect to see more autonomous and connected-vehicle news as well as buzzy concepts that seem more science fiction than actual product plan.
Mobility service companies of 2030 will succeed or fail based on branding and customer experience.
A federal judge overseeing the high-profile patent theft case between Waymo and Uber delayed the beginning of the trial after new information emerged from a former Uber employee.
The first fully self-driving cars will be in ride-hailing fleets, which Waymo says will lead to learning more about the tech and how consumers use it.
What the fate of the 'talking cars' mandate says about government and the future of connected cars.
We critique a New York Times columnist, Tesla's fans are angry and more from this week in mobility.
Suppliers are trying to move fast, but experts say they may be getting involved in messy deals that could hurt later.
Combined operations between Qualcomm and NXP will open up broad self-driving car uses.
Matthias Klietz, head of BMW's alternative powertrain group, talks to Automotive News about where BMW is in its hydrogen efforts and what hurdles it still faces.
The digital payment platform could become a key part of future mobility services.
Some investors are hyperventilating over Tesla, Google is making new friends and a puppy grabs headlines (yes, a puppy).
This week, we chat about self-driving car timelines, the moon landing and whether car companies need to slow their roll on autonomous roll-outs.
It's not entirely clear what skeptics who debate the timing of the advent of self-driving cars are trying to prove.
The eWallet program uses blockchain, a system that makes it hard to tamper with payments.
This week we chat with an executive about the tug-of-war between Silicon Valley and Detroit over engineers, break down the SELF DRIVE Act and preview the upcoming robot war.
Lear plans to launch vehicle connectivity technology in Audi vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2018.
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