Waymo is expanding its autonomous testing in San Francisco, accepting passengers, provided they’re willing to meet the terms.
The US has cleared the way for Huawei to purchase chips for its auto component business, giving the company a bit of a reprieve.
Elon Musk has admitted that Tesla’s current Full Self-Driving (FSD) software leaves much to be desired, and offered an explanation why.
Google Pay is losing talent, in the form of both executives and employees, as the division struggles to gain ground.
In PCMag’s annual test of the US wireless networks, T-Mobile has decisively taken the top spot for 5G service.
On the heels of losing out on a major NASA contract, Blue Origin is also losing some of its top talent to its rivals.
Just a week after rumors that Google is working on a foldable Pixel phone, new rumors suggest it may be delayed.
GM is voluntarily recalling an additional 73,000 Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUVs over a fire risk.
Facebook has announced Horizon Workrooms, the company’s foray into virtual reality office space.