A recent MIT study found that terms associated with self-driving cars were too vague for most respondents.
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.
A recent AAA study shows which cars are most distracting for drivers.
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.
The potential for an Alphabet-Lyft deal comes at a time when the ridesharing company is gaining quickly on its main rival, Uber.
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.