Consumer Reports (CR) has tested Tesla’s Autopilot software and it’s not good news for the electric vehicle company.
Jaguar Land Rover is halting production at two of its UK factories as a result of the global semiconductor shortage.
GM is joining the list of companies, including its biggest competitor Ford, in embracing remote work.
Ford is laying down the gauntlet in the self-driving arena, declaring its BlueCruise software has completed the “Mother of All Road Trips.”
Apple is reportedly close to striking a manufacturing deal for the rumored Apple Car — with LG as the likely partner.
Intel is planning to make chips for the auto industry, with the first chips being made in the next six to nine months.
Verizon and Honda are working together, in cooperation with the University of Michigan’s Mcity, to improve road safety with the help of 5G.
Democrats, in a political payoff to unions, have again introduced legislation in Congress to effectively make gig economy jobs like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, etc. illegal.
Elon Musk has officially dubbed himself ‘Technoking of Tesla’ and CFO Zach Kirkhorn is now ‘Master of Coin.” Seriously, this title change was in an SEC filing.
Driverless tech company Motional has announced it will use Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 for its robotaxi deal with Lyft.