In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
In a settlement offer in a two-year-old class action lawsuit about service dogs for blind people, Uber will give guidance to drivers. Uber also offered a $225,000 payment to the National Federation of the Blind California chapter
More than 3.5 million Nissan vehicles are being recalled after injuries from passenger airbags. The problem is detecting what's in the seat. The airbag seat sensors have trouble knowing if the seat holds an adult, a child, or is empty.
With just 72 hours spent watching human drivers, Nvidia's GPU-based computers were able to use machine learning to construct a road-worthy driverless car system. The system is continues to learn after delivery, watching anytime a human…
Vaporware products exist in nearly every industry — gaming, computing, photography, and film. Vaporware cars have some of the most interesting stories, though, so we’re counting down our 10 favorites here.
Looking to take a bite out of the home battery pie, Mercedes parent company Daimler is readying its own energy storage unit to take on Tesla's Powerwall. Currently, the unit is only available to those living in Germany.
In a recent interview, Volvo’s Senior Technical Leader of Crash Avoidance criticized Tesla’s Autopilot technology. He said the feature gives the impression it’s doing more than it actually is and could be unsafe.
A J.D. Power study shows that younger drivers are more interested in driverless cars than their elders. This will impact the acceptance of the emerging tech as more manufacturers implement autonomous features.