A new system by the auto-parts maker uses cameras to detect driver drowsiness, and the air-conditioner to wake the driver up.
Brian Cooley discusses the practice of adding features to your car through over-the-air updates.
Uber riders in Pittsburgh may soon get a surprise when they request a ride.
A test in the Finnish city has self-driving buses navigating actual traffic.
A steering wheel, gas pedal and brake pedal will be absent in Ford's self-driving cars set to arrive by 2021.
The new-and-improved Automatic Pro will keep track of your car's vital statistics and trigger your smart-home devices as you come and go -- and a new cellular connection means you won't need your phone to use it.
Technically Incorrect: In a new ad campaign, the German auto manufacturer wonders why on earth you'd want to wait for a Tesla, when you can buy a BMW now.
Chris Urmson, the project's chief technical officer, is moving on. Two other key players are also reportedly leaving.
Uber merges its Chinese business with local competitor Didi. We also talk about Tesla shacking up with SolarCity, and discuss Pokemon Go.
A new report says Bob Mansfield, a former head of hardware engineering at Apple, is now driving Project Titan.
Happy nightmares! Australian road-safety commission creates the perfect man for car-accident survival. Let's all be thankful we did not evolve in his image.
Ten years after unveiling his plans to send electric cars mainstream, Elon Musk is back with part two of Tesla's master plan. And this time, it's sustainable.
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