Toyota announced on Monday a self-driving electric concept vehicle that it will tailor for companies to use for tasks like ride hailing and package delivery, underscoring how automakers are no longer simply building cars but also providing services to go with them.
There are a number of causes, and the reality isn't a simple as the numbers make it seem.
The company was founded by former Google and Uber employees.
Daimler will supply vehicles for Uber's network.
Look for the car at CES and NAIAS in January.
The focus will be vehicle connectivity and autonomous driving.
You've heard that autonomous cars are going to be part of our future, but in Singapore, they've already arrived thanks to nuTonomy. Karl Iagnemma, CEO, nuTonomy shares the story of the world's first self-driving taxi public trial.
IBM Vice President of Watson Internet of Things will speak at Autoblog UPSHIFT 2016 on October 6 in Detroit.
A lot of strange things can happen on a lonely stretch of desert highway–U.F.O. sightings, ghostly hitchhikers, swarms of bloodthirsty bats–and now it looks like we can add giant moth attacks to the list.
MARTY (Multiple Actuator Research Test bed for Yaw control) is a self-driving DeLorean created by Stanford's Revs Center as an homage to the Back to the Future film series.
Google has hired auto industry veteran John Krafcik to become CEO of its autonomous vehicles division.
Those Tesla Model S electric vehicles look good, but anyone worried about computers taking over our roads may want to steer clear of them starting next year. That's because 2015 may be when such vehicles will have autonomous-driving capabilities, according to an interview Tesla Chief Elon Musk conducted with CNN Money.
A new startup called 'Cruise' has developed a system that incorporates sensors, actuators and a small computer to take over some of the driving functions for certain commercially available cars.
Future shock could be just six short years away, and coming first to the US. Nissan says it might start making autonomous versions of its cars available in the US by 2020, before the tech hits the road in other countries. The Japanese automaker is in extensive discussions with regulators from California, the best-selling state for the Leaf battery-electric vehicle, for allowing self-driving vehicles to be on its roads, Hybrid Cars says, citing a conversation with Nissan executive Andy Christense