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My car, the driver.

The NHTSA finds that Google's software will count as a driver for regulatory purposes.

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UC San Diego researchers have crafted a pedestrian detection algorithm for self-driving cars that's quicker and more accurate than existing systems.

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Porsche is willing to accept smaller jumps in profits to fund its significant upgrades to develop and build new EVs and hybrids.

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Formula 1's plans for a new 'Halo' closed cockpit, which is coming in 2017, may include the addition of a clear panel for even more driver protection.

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Bose does audio, but it also toyed with an adaptive suspension system that could have been a game-changer – if only it weren't so heavy and expensive. CNET checks it out in this latest video.

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General Motors might be willing to share the Volt's powertrain with other automakers, and both sides in such a partnership could reap major financial benefits.

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Mazda's drivetrain and powertrain assistant manager wants the company's revived rotary engine to be turbocharged.

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A Dutch firm is working with the Dutch National Police using trained raptors to target consumer-sized drones and knock them out of the sky.

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Michigan Officials Envision 335-Acre Autonomous And Connected Car Testing Facility On Former GM Site

A national connected and autonomous vehicle testing facility is planned at the abandoned Willow Run powertrain factory. An independent trust has been tasked with cleaning the polluted old GM grounds. The 335-acre facility would be the largest of its kind.

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Volkswagen plans to produce an electric van like the Budd-e concept, but the model wouldn't replace the company's venerable Transporter.

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Porsche doesn't want to pursue autonomous tech, but expect to see more hybrids, including for the 911.

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Bosch Says New Device Could Boost Fuel Economy By 7 Percent

For all the weight automakers are shedding on their vehicles, all the hybrid offerings they're putting on the road and all the cylinders they're removing from their engines, the push to improve fuel economy amid stricter government standards omits one key element from the equation – drivers.

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Check The Battery Level, Turn The Vehicle On, All By Voice

Startup Mosaic is preparing software that lets a Tesla Model S 'respond' to voice-activated commands that move through Amazon Alexa.

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Uber is experimenting with Bop It toys to keep inebriated passengers entertained, and less likely to assault their drivers, in Charlotte, NC.

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By Land And By Air, CES Is Changing How We Get Around

We check out the Autel Robotics Drone, Ehang 184 autonomous aeriel vehicle, and Segway Ninebot Mini at CES 2016.

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Tesla hasn't technically made a TV ad yet, but this might as well be one. It shows off the autopilot features in a commuting Model S EV.

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Silicon Valley Comes To The Rescue

A new app called WeFuel will, in a limited area of the Bay Area, deliver gasoline to your parked car. We disagree that this is a good thing.

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Using gyroscopes and GPS chips built into driver and passenger smartphones, the company's new scheme will log when a driver is (or isn't) driving dangerously.

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A rumor hints that VW could unveil the refreshed Golf at the Geneva Motor Show, and the company might have a bounty of new tech for the updated hatchback.

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Tesla has sued an early supplier of the Model X's falcon-wing doors because the company created parts that didn't meet the EV maker's standards. The supplier also still wanted to be paid for the allegedly unsatisfactory components.

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The production version of the Audi E-Tron Quattro concept electric crossover will begin assembly in Brussels, Belgium, in 2018.

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