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Is it still true that there's no such thing as bad publicity?

Joshua Brown's fatality at the wheel of a Tesla Model S didn't have a big impact on the public's perception of autonomous driving technology.

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In some states, you'll need a helmet, too.

We expect Elio sales to be pretty low in West Virginia.

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The new service will have 70 million passengers and 100,000 registered cabbies.

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Bob Mansfield has been with Apple since 1999.

Apple is one step closer to having its own car.

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NHTSA'S Rosekind: the car business "cannot wait for perfect" - people have to be "desperate" for any technology that could save lives.

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The world will change, and mobility will evolve right along with it.

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We sit down for a talk with Dr. Joan Ogden after a ten-year gap.

In which wetake a long look at the development of hydrogen vehicles with someone who's been studying the field for three decades. You're bound to learn something.

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Project Titan is reportedly delayed a year, though the plan is still shrouded in secrecy.

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There's no timeline for the government to publish its new rules.

China is working on new autonomous drive regulations, which could be bad news for fast-advancing auto companies.

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Tesla might have a way to improve its Autopilot tech without grafting on new equipment.

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Everyone's interested all of a sudden.

The Germans say they wouldn't have approved Autopilot since it's labeled a 'beta' product.

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Elon Musk says Autopilot didn't cause a crash in Pennsylvania. In fact, the tech would have saved a Model X owner from the crash if it had been on, claims Musk.

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Mr. Tesla goes to Washington.

US Senator John Thune wants some answers from Tesla CEO Elon Musk about that fancy Autopilot thing.

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E-bikes sales growth forecasted; Governments should use data to keep up with tech.

Hoopy is a DIY wooden bike. E-bike sales to reach $24.4B by 2025 Evercharge says smart cities need smart government. Infineon to get into EVs with Wolfspeed purchase.

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The company reiterated its plans to accept liability for its autonomous products.

Volvo's CEO believes that drivers still want to drive. That's a sentiment we can really get behind.

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Three-foot-tall helpers could change how assembly lines work.

This new robotic technology could be a big help to assembly workers and offer more design freedom.

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Jaguar jumps on the autonomous technology bandwagon, but there could be some benefits to human drivers too.

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We take a look inside the new Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory.

Lambo has come a long way since the experimental carbon-fiber Countach Evoluzione of 1985.

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The future may hold roads paved with pig poop.

Cheaper, more durable and greener roads could be on the horizon thanks to a brown ingredient.

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New sensor suite might also be around the corner.

What we know, or think we know, about the next version of Tesla's Autopilot.

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Governments may be racing to approve self-driving car tests on their roads, but that doesn't mean that companies will always line up.

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