A recent move to ban self-driving cars for at least 50 years is the most recent sign that some people who drive for a living are threatened by the appearance of self-driving cars.
Google's self-driving startup Waymo may hold the key to true automated driving. Its conception late last year has finally had one of its first plans to fruition: to deploy its new fleet of self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans onto the public for the first time at the end of January.
The future is moving at quite the very quick pace. Perhaps it's moving too quickly that predictions of the next few years are always changing.
Uber is taking convenience one step closer. Do you want to meet up with your friend? No problem -- text your friend, get his location, and book an Uber ride. But what if you could skip the entire thing? Uber now lets you go to actual persons.
Elon Musk cries foul over Fortune's "misleading" headline when Tesla sold $2 billion stocks after a fatal crash involving a Tesla S model in autopilot that Musk allegedly considered "immaterial" to investors.
BMW announced that they will be releasing a futuristic autonomous car called iNext in 2021. iNext will be their innovation driver in introducing the new age of electro-mobility.