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DOT Secretary Anthony Foxx: Government Will Remove Regulatory 'hurdles'

The United States wants to spend $4 billion over the next decade to accelerate the development of autonomous cars. US Transportation Department Secretary Anthony Foxx made the announcement in Detroit on Thursday.

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One critic urges drivers to look past 'glitzy spin,' of CES and place restraints on self-driving technology.

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CEO Mark Fields Won't Comment On Collaboration With Google On Autonomous Cars

Ford announced a partnership with one of the country's leading technology companies Tuesday at CES. It just wasn't the one everybody expected.

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The Google-owned Waze navigation app has close relationships with cities around the world. That friendliness could be a major advantage if Google launches an autonomous ridesharing service to challenge Uber.

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Announcement Expected At 2016 CES

Ford and Google are expected to announce a major partnership to develop self-driving vehicles during the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show.

Google's ranking of the most-searched cars of 2015 shows Chevrolet as a clear winner with four models in the top 10.

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In what is sure to be seen by some as government interference and general misunderstanding of technology, the California DMV has released a proposal that would require drivers to be present in self-driving vehicles in the state.

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Google's work on autonomous vehicles could lead to a dedicated business next year, and it would offer a ridesharing service using the driverless cars.

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The former head of Tesla's Autopilot project, Robert Rose, has quietly been hired by Google.

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An analyst says Asian electronics suppliers expect big growth in camera, sensors, and displays in vehicles. That could put Apple and Google in the lead.

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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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