Technically Incorrect: A Honda Accord with no one inside it appears to have a mind of its own, as it decides to have playtime on a residential street in Southern California.
The automaker has received a permit to operate autonomous vehicles in the Golden State, and it's growing its Silicon Valley research facility, to boot.
GM product development chief says the automaker would be interested in using both companies' strengths to embrace the future of the automobile, according to Bloomberg.
Technically Incorrect: Wolfgang Epple, head of R&D for Jaguar Land Rover, says the company doesn't consider people as cargo. How oddly human.
CNET's Wayne Cunningham shows you a concept of Ford's self-parking car technology.
The Chinese Internet service giant forecasts availability of driverless cars later this year, in the wake of its aggressive development for smarter vehicles
Google talks about a wide range of topics during its annual meeting with shareholders, including self-driving cars and diversity issues. CEO Larry Page even takes a turn as a film critic.
Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
Alphabet, Google's new parent company known for ambitious projects, reveals just how much innovation costs. All that spending has helped it become the most valuable in the world, topping Apple.
The company has been testing its "highly automated" vehicles in Europe but now wants to challenge its tech in China where multi-level highways reign supreme.