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Minister says driverless cars will not be allowed in India An Indian federal minister has pledged to keep driverless cars off the country's roads due to fears that they may lead to a loss of…
Bosch announces tech to cut down on motorcycle accidents The Germany company Bosch has announced the release of technology that can potentially cut down on the number of road accidents involving motorcyclists, with a…
Samsung testing self-driving software, not building cars Samsung Electronics has received permission from the South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to test a self-driving car on public roads, but the…
Australia's first driverless bus being tested in WA Trials of Australia's first driverless bus are being conducted by the Royal Automobile Club of WA, with the support of the state government and the…
Roborace puts two driverless cars on the track Two autonomous racing cars have successfully driven round a competition track together.
Apple sued over texting driver's accident Apple has been sued by a driver whose vehicle was hit by another car, the driver of which was using an iPhone to send an…
Self-driving Uber stopped after red-light offences Uber has been ordered to stop a self-driving service in San Francisco after two of its vehicle were reportedly spotted going through red lights.
Connected cars to drive 98% of all M2M traffic Data-intensive applications such as Internet radio, music streaming applications, and information services will generate approximately 6000 petabytes per annum by 2021, equivalent to more than…
Ford SYNC 3 makes it easier to stay connected Ford has invested $2 billion in research and development over the past six years to launch and upgrade a record number of products, including the…
Singapore launches world's first driverless taxi Many countries and companies have been talking about driverless cars for a while, but tiny Singapore has stolen a march on the rest and announced…

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