No hands needed! Tesla updates cars with autopilot

A software update to the Model S and Model X gives cars the power to steer, change lanes and park without your hands on the wheel. Meanwhile, the new Yahoo Mail needs no password.

Tesla cars on the road today have picked up the ability to self-steer. Unlike other cars with this technology, you don't need to keep your hands on the wheel.

In this CNET Update, learn about the software update rolling out to the Model S and Model X with a test-drive by Tim Stevens. Travel by air also gets new tech perks: JetBlue is closer to rolling out free high-speed Wi-Fi to all of its fleet. However, don't count on booking your next trip on Amazon. The site shut down its Amazon Destinations weekend getaway service:

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Also in this tech-news roundup, learn about Yahoo Mail's new app and the way it tries to avoid traditional passwords.

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No hands needed! Tesla updates cars with autopilot