Category: transportation

Intel’s self-driving tech will make Waymo vehicles fully autonomous

Intel's self-driving tech will make Waymo vehicles fully autonomous
Intel has been so committed to break into the self-driving car market that it bought autonomous techmaker MobilEye for $15
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British Airways will power some of its jets with trash

British Airways will power some of its jets with trash
British Airways is taking a cue from Doc Brown for how it'll fuel its next generation of aircraft. No, not
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Lyft requests will light up phones for deaf drivers

Lyft requests will light up phones for deaf drivers
Back in April, Lyft launched features that made its system easier to use by deaf drivers and those who are
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Porsche’s Mission E pricing might give Tesla buyers pause

Porsche's Mission E pricing might give Tesla buyers pause
Porsche boss Oliver Blume has dropped some details about the Porsche Mission E that should perk up the ears of
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Tesla envisions mobile EV battery swapping machines

Tesla envisions mobile EV battery swapping machines
Tesla has filed a patent application for a machine that will enable technicians to swap EV battery packs in as
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Electric car prototype is built for Africa’s rural roads

Electric car prototype is built for Africa's rural roads
With a few exceptions, most electric cars are delicate, expensive creatures designed for paved streets and well-heeled early adopters. And
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A Chinese tech giant tried to buy Spotify

A Chinese tech giant tried to buy Spotify
Spotify is known for being fiercely independent, but that go-it-alone attitude might have been put to the test in the
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Alphabet reportedly considers a $1 billion Lyft investment

Alphabet reportedly considers a $1 billion Lyft investment
Alphabet's autonomous driving aspirations are pretty well-known at this point. The company formerly known as Google owns Waymo, and as
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Nissan and Mitsubishi to launch 12 EVs and a ‘robo’ ride service

Nissan and Mitsubishi to launch 12 EVs and a 'robo' ride service
Renault-Nissan and Mitsubishi are joining forces to produce electric and hybrid cars and become "a global leader in ride-hailing services,"
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