Uber, Lyft test city limits in AustinMarch 19
Japan group's goal: 'Hydrogen society'March 19
Senate leaders urged to ignore 'bogus urgency,' fix flaws in autonomous car billMarch 5
A diverse group of public interest organizations is urging Senate leaders to not advance legislation enabling the development and deployment of self-driving vehicles until self-described safety flaws are corrected.
SXSW: A weird place to talk tech?March 5
Shipyard to EV community with help from BoschMarch 5
Rivals wary of Uber's latest ambitionsFeb. 25
A human helper for the stumped self-driving carFeb. 17
Battery-swapping for urban dwellersFeb. 19
Quick Shift: Daily mobility news for 2.15.18Feb. 15
Self-driving fleets a service opportunityFeb. 12
While I agree with most of Gary Silberg's “'Islands of autonomy' on the horizon for U.S. market” (Jan. 29), I want to take the conclusions a step further and outline the potential for automotive retailers.
SIMPLY COMPLEXFeb. 5
Tesla had the advantage of building its first vehicles in the era of connected technologies, allowing it to design with those capabilities in mind. For its competitors, doing so will require a much deeper effort to change outlooks and operations.
A sign full autonomy still far offFeb. 5
Companies piloting self-driving vehicles on California streets have provided state regulators a peek into the latest inner workings of their real-world tests. The big takeaway? Many are still a long way from letting drivers take their hands off the wheel.