The biggest tech story in cars for the next few decades will certainly be self-driving cars, but it won't happen in one step. CNET's Brian Cooley shows you the building blocks for the future of autonomous driving.
A study by industry data and consulting firm IHS predicts that, by 2050, nearly all road vehicles will be of the self-driving variety.
A new study of autonomous cars by IHS details the progression of the technology into the marketplace.
Toyota announced two safety systems today, Automated Highway Driving Assist and Pedestrian-Avoidance Steer Assist, autonomous car technologies it expects to go into production cars mid-decade.
Mercedes-Benz has demonstrated its self-driving car by re-creating the 100-kilometre drive from Mannheim to Pforzheim undertaken by Bertha Benz 125 years ago.
At a launch event for its new Silicon Valley facility, automotive supplier Delphi demonstrated sensor and infotainment technologies.
We are approaching a point where cars can drive themselves better than humans, but society will take some time to accept the autonomous car. Here are six reasons why I want autonomous cars now.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E550 Cabriolet is an extraordinarily comfortable car, and offers cutting-edge driver-assistance features, but cabin electronics are in need of some refinement.
Nissan opened its sixth worldwide research center in Sunnyvale, California, where it will research autonomous and connected car technologies.
Audi announces that it has been granted the second-ever license for testing self-driving cars in Nevada.