With all the tech and electronics packed into self-driving cars, they’re projected to suck up more energy than our infrastructure can currently provide.
In the midst of financial losses and an inability to hit manufacturing deadlines, Tesla fires hundreds of employees.
The U.S. Postal Service is considering adding self-driving vehicles to its fleet of mail trucks.
Wyoming joins a handful of other states in testing a smartphone-based digital driver’s license program.
UberPOOL—long a source of frustration for the app’s drivers—got a technical upgrade, while drivers who accept POOL rides got a raise.
A recent MIT study found that terms associated with self-driving cars were too vague for most respondents.
As self-driving cars come online, their power to take impaired drivers off the road could be great. Will laws change to accommodate them?
Waymo—Google’s sister company—just released the first safety report for a fleet of self-driving cars.
Detroit heavyweight General Motors is buying up the technology necessary to bring the self-driving car to a mass market.