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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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IEEE Spectrum Found Two Fcc Filings About Google's Foray Into Resonant Magnetic Induction

This is not the first time someone has proposed charging a moving car using in-road power, but now there could be tons of money behind the idea.

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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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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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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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GM and Honda may take a major step forward in their shared development of hydrogen fuel cell technology by opening a joint factory.

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Cadillac's Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system will not debut at the same time as the brand's new CT6 sedan, the manufacturer confirmed.

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Engadget sat down with new Hyperloop Technologies CEO Rob Lloyd to talk about when the highly efficient tube-based transportation system might get real.

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We Talk Tech With Ford's Silicon Valley Research Boss

From the Ford booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jonathon Buckley interviews Ford VP of Research Ken Washington. Topics include Ford's mobility future and its new Silicon Valley Research Center.

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The Toyota Mirai Kymeta Research Vehicle 001 Beams Into Detroit

A Mirai outfitted with Kymeta's flat antenna shows the possibility of a more-connected future for Toyota vehicles.

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We Talk Autonomous Cars And The Future Of Ford

From our live stage at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jonathon Buckley interviews Ford President and CEO Mark Fields. Topics include autonomous cars, Ford's tie-ups with big tech companies, and the future of mobility.

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Elon Musk Says New Autocharging Tech Will Come To Superchargers First

On a conference call with reporters today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave more details about the new Autopark tech, including a preview of a self-charging future.

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7.1 Update Also Restricts Some Options

The latest Autopilot software update allows the Tesla Model S to enter or leave its parking space and come to you, under certain conditions.

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The VW e-Golf's range will soon jump about 30 percent thanks to the German automaker's coming upgrade for its batteries.

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The BMW Open Mobility Cloud at CES gives a vehicle access to a person's entire daily agenda. Mike Austin explains, live from CES.

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At CES, Mobileye And The DOT Partner On 'Smart City' Ideas

The collision-avoidance system could warn bus drivers of pedestrians and bicyclists. It could also help city planners prevent crashes before they happen.

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Fit Driver System Will Actively Make Adjustments To Relax, Reinvigorate Driver

Future Audis will track your health and actively make adjustments to keep you safe, awake, and relaxed behind the wheel.

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Ford CEO Takes To CES With A Silicon Valley Attitude

Ford CEO says that collecting lots and lots of data, with permission, will let the automaker figure out what customers want before they know they want it.

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Drive Wise Sub-Brand Focuses On The Future

Kia will launch the Drive Wise sub-brand at CES as a way to market its advanced assistance features going forward. The company's ultimate goal is to produce a fully autonomous vehicle by 2030.

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Paving The Way For A Robotic Future

The Toyota Research Institute announces the first hires for its technical team working on artificial intelligence and robotics.

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New technology from General Motors and Mobileye could use a whole fleet of customer vehicles to create constantly updating maps of the road.

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