Silicon Week The further we go down the computing rabbit hole, the more we look back to see where we've come from.
Fiat-Chrysler starts program via Bugcrowd to allow hackers to find security vulnerabilities in its vehicle programs.
A driver using Auto Pilot along remote Montana roads reported the vehicle veered off the road and hit wooden bollards.
During Season three and four of Formula E, Faraday future will be the lead partner and sponsor for Dragon Racing team.
The $14.7 billion settlement allows for vehicle buybacks, modifications to road-borne diesel VWs, and provides payments to VW owners.
Faraday Future is the latest organization approved to test autonomous cars on the public roads of California.
Former Apple employees turn their gaze toward the 1.2 billion older cars without back up cameras with a wire-free solution
LAPD and BMW signed a contract for vehicles, maintenance, and EV infrastructure to the tune of $2.9 million.
Tesla will not offer free, unlimited access to Supercharger network to Model 3 buyers to keep costs down
Expansion in EV engineering employees and contact with charging manufacturers lead experts to believe Apple EV is on the way
A new trailer camera accessory allows GMC Sierra drivers to tow safely and with improved visibility.
GM is re-stating its mpg data after internal review found errors, plans for compensating owners of certain GM crossovers already in the works.
Google received a patent for a sticky vehicular surface aimed at decreasing injuries during pedestrian-vehicle collisions.
Nearly a year into testing, the LAPD speaks about how their Tesla Model S P85D test mules work as a cop cars.