As the Detroit automaker races to become first-to-market with a mass-produced self-driving car, its vehicles are getting into accidents.
The Senate passed its self-driving car bill last week, leaving the legislation one step away from becoming law.
A federal judge referred Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber to the U.S. Attorney for possible criminal charges.
As demand for electric vehicles rises, copper—a key component in their wiring—is becoming scarcer.
The potential for an Alphabet-Lyft deal comes at a time when the ridesharing company is gaining quickly on its main rival, Uber.
Lamborghini is betting luxury buyers still want to actually drive as the rest of the industry speeds toward autonomous technology.
Ford is the latest—and largest—carmaker to partner with ride-hailing service Lyft, this time to bring self-driving vehicles to the masses.
General Motors’ semi-autonomous technology, Super Cruise, makes its debut in the 2018 Cadillac CT6.
Mobile phone maker Blackberry is partnering with auto parts manufacturer Delphi to create security software for self-driving cars.