Judge William Alsup, who has presided over big tech trials before, is set to hear Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber.
Uber is apologizing to Londoners after the city threatened to revoke its license to operate over safety concerns.
Self-driving tech is scary to some consumers, so engineers are turning to psychology to find ways to make them cuter, and therefore more trustworthy.
LiDAR—the technology at the heart of Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber—is valuable, in short supply, and highly contentious.
The Chinese autonomous automaker TuSimple is moving in on America’s self-driving lead with a new facility in Tucson.
NTSB officials say Tesla is partly to blame for not accounting for user error—or apathy—when operating a self-driving car.
Goodyear is testing a technology that will alert drivers via an app to their tire maintenance needs.
Lawmakers want to ensure makers of self-driving cars include stringent, uniform cybersecurity features to deter hackers.
Uber’s aggressive nature—and that of ex-CEO Travis Kalanick—has led the company into legal battles both external and internal.