The Federal Aviation Administration has given airlines until 2024 to install equipment to mitigate issues caused by 5G.
T-Mobile and Delta Airlines have announced a partnership to offer free in-flight Wi-Fi, regardless of the customer’s carrier of choice.
The path to a merger is clearer, with Spirit Airlines shareholders voting in favor of a merger with JetBlue.
Mobileye, Intel’s autonomous driving subsidiary, is working to bring autonomous shuttles to the market by 2024.
Charging electric vehicles (EVs) is about to get a whole lot easier, at least for one section of road in Detroit, with in-road charging.
GM CEO Mary Barra is throwing down the gauntlet, claiming her company will top Tesla in the EV market.
GM is investing $7 billion in four Michigan manufacturing sites, as it pivots to electric vehicle (EV) production.
Teslas are poised to receive a significant range upgrade, as early as 2023, with new batteries from Panasonic.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared roughly 78% of the US commercial aircraft fleet for low-visibility approaches near C-band 5G.
The Federal Aviation Administration has said it will not seek any more delays from Verizon and AT&T in regard to their 5G rollout.
Tesla has done it again, beating analysts estimates and shipping a record number of vehicles.
Verizon and AT&T’s CEOs have rejected a request from the FAA and US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to delay mid-band 5G.
The Airlines for America (A4A) association representing US airlines has filed an emergency request with the FCC to block 5G rollouts near airports.
In an industry first, Korean Air is using drone swarms to inspect aircraft.
Walmart is taking the next step toward autonomous deliveries, expanding its pilot program involving Gatik’s autonomous trucks.
Tesla is opening its Supercharger network, allowing non-Teslas to use it for the first time.
Blue Origin, along with Sierra Space, has announced plans for a commercial space station called Orbital Reef.
Hertz is looking to leapfrog the competition following its bankruptcy, ordering 100,000 Teslas and partnering with Tom Brady for an ad campaign.
Tesla has rolled back its latest Full Self-Driving (FSD) update following errors.