• BMW, Tencent Team On Self-Driving Cars
    The push to automated driving continues along with the teaming of resources. BMW China just signed a deal with Tencent to jointly develop automated driving technologies.
  • New Autonomous System Lets Lead Driver Control Following Vehicle
    At the Automated Vehicle Symposium in Orlando, Peloton Technology unveiled its vision for using a single driver to drive a pair of vehicles.
  • Porsche Links Virtual Reality Experience To Car Movements
    Porsche is taking a crack at what passengers might do for entertainment while riding in connected vehicles.
  • Consumer Tech Sales Heading To $400 Billion This Year
    Pushed along by artificial intelligence-enabled devices, in-vehicle technology and streaming services, the U.S. consumer tech industry will reach $401 billion in retail revenue this year, according to a new study by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
  • Google Assistant Tapped For Moon Landing Anniversary
    The Navy Recruiting Command has developed a Google Assistant interactive game called Journey to the Moon.
  • VW Invests $2.6 Billion In Ford's Self-Driving Startup
    The cost of developing self-driving cars keeps going up. This means it's getting tougher for most companies to go it alone.
  • Texas Grocer H-E-B Plans Deliveries In Self-Driving Vehicles
    Deliveries, slated to start later this year, will serve select customers just north of downtown San Antonio.
  • Intel 'All-In' On Self-Driving Robotaxis
    Intel and Mobileye, the automated driving company Intel acquired for $15 billion, are focused on robotaxi ride hailing rather than passenger car autonomy.
  • 31 Million Projected To Shop Via Smart Speakers This Year
    By 2021, smart speaker shoppers will grow to 38 million, according to an eMarketer report.
  • Consumers Not Craving Self-Driving Cars
    Yet another survey is out showing that consumers are not comfortable with the idea of cars driving themselves.
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