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Google is inviting Austin residents to decorate its self-driving EVs.


Maybe the robots can handle our chauffeur duties, now that Google's autonomous cars have gone 1.2 million miles without a ticket.


Costumes Test Ability Of Google's Autonomous Software In Discerning Odd Shapes

Do self-driving cars get spooked by vampires? That's one of the questions Google set out to answer over the past weekend when dozens of trick-or-treaters visited the company's Mountain View, California headquarters.


Michigan Researchers Find Autonomobiles Are Involved In More Frequent Crashes, Might Still Be Safer

Self-driving cars might be more accident prone than their conventional counterparts, but that's not necessarily their fault.


Companies Will Accept Liability For Their Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars could make our commutes a breeze but what happens when something goes wrong? Three industry leaders step up with an answer. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Pete Bigelow.


GM CEO Mary Barra spoke about autonomous tech in a wide-ranging interview, mentioning Cadillac's Super Cruise as well as "confidential" efforts.


Nissan North America's manufacturing and supply chain boss doesn't consider Tesla an industry disruptor, but Uber is. He's not worried about Google or Apple, either.


Porsche allegedly doesn't offer Android Auto in the refreshed 911 out of privacy concerns, but Google maintains that it's not collecting much of this information.


CEO Embraces Responsibility, Presses Federal Governent For Consistency

Volvo has an easy answer for all the hand-wringing about whose responsible when self-driving cars crash.


Company Co-Founder Says Collaborators Could Be 'Top-Tier OEMs'

Google wants to partner with an existing OEM to bring its self-driving car technology to the market, a company co-founder said Tuesday.


Google now a has patent for technology to broadcast video between vehicles to make drivers aware of upcoming obstructions before they can see the problem.


Automotive Veteran John Krafcik Looks To Accelerate Autonomous Vehicle Development

We look at how Google's hiring of automotive executing John Krafcik could affect the future of autonomous vehicles. Autoblog's Mylencia Gillenwaters reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.


Ford's new app update lets EV drivers unlock and monitor vehicles right from their wrists.


Google has hired auto industry veteran John Krafcik to become CEO of its autonomous vehicles division.


Google's self-driving car has learned to navigate all sorts of roads, but it still has a problem when facing humans at a four-way stops.


Once truly autonomous cars hit the road, designers are going to need to adapt auto interiors to occupants slouching around to get comfortable, according to a Stanford University researcher.


Google wants to make driving more comfortable by routing you around roads covered in potholes, thanks to a new patent. The tech doesn't seem too hard to implement, either.


Daimler is open to partnering with Apple and Google to develop vehicle software, but the German automotive giant isn't willing to give them full control over the systems.


A leading consumer group called upon California officials Thursday to strengthen their oversight of crashes involving self-driving cars.


Google's new Project Sunroof lets you see how much money you can save if you were to switch to solar power.


BMW and Google could be on the way toward a dispute over the name Alphabet, the new company under which the technology giant now lives and which BMW already owns the trademark for.

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