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.
At the Automated Vehicle Symposium in Orlando, Peloton Technology unveiled its vision for using a single driver to drive a pair of vehicles.
Porsche is taking a crack at what passengers might do for entertainment while riding in connected vehicles.
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).
The Navy Recruiting Command has developed a Google Assistant interactive game called Journey to the Moon.
The cost of developing self-driving cars keeps going up. This means it's getting tougher for most companies to go it alone.
Deliveries, slated to start later this year, will serve select customers just north of downtown San Antonio.
Intel and Mobileye, the automated driving company Intel acquired for $15 billion, are focused on robotaxi ride hailing rather than passenger car autonomy.
By 2021, smart speaker shoppers will grow to 38 million, according to an eMarketer report.
Yet another survey is out showing that consumers are not comfortable with the idea of cars driving themselves.