Apple gets self-driving car testing licence
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Don’t hold your breath


The Tame Apple Press was over the moon this morning after it was revealed that the fruity cargo cult has got a licence to test self-driving cars.

Tesla autopilot was 40 percent safer
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Surprise result from the death inquiry


A watchdog investigation into the death of a Tesla car driver when he was running the car on auto-pilot had some unexpected good news for the car market.

Tesla let off the hook in death probe
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User error in “self-driving” car

US car safety regulators have cleared Tesla of involvement in the death of a bloke whose Model S collided with a truck while he was using its Autopilot system.

Amazon working on self-driving car
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Alexa take me to the pub

Online book-seller Amazon is working on self-driving cars.

We're piecing together Cook’s cunning plan
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What is next for the cargo-cult?


While it is still earning piles of cash, Apple is stuffed unless Tim Cook comes up with a cunning plan to save it.

Intel scores Delphi Automotive deal
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Parts maker wants to produce self-driving cars by 2019


Intel has signed a deal with Auto parts maker Delphi Automotive Plc and Israeli technology firm Mobileye.

Intel invests $250 million in self-driving cars
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Automotive on the cusp of change


Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told the assorted throngs at the LA Auto Show's AutoMobility conference that Chipzilla will invest $250 million over the next two years to make fully autonomous driving a reality.

Microsoft scores Tesla AI contract
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Cloud based AI for cars

Software king of the world Microsoft has won a contract with Tesla OpenAI, the non-profit artificial intelligence (AI) research firm backed by Tesla Motors.

Samsung buys Harman to get into the car market
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Everyone wants to be there, anything is better than smartphones

Maker of flaming smartphones, Samsung, has agreed to buy Harman which makes bits for connected cars.

Intel set to take on Qualcomm in car wars
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Empire Strikes Back

Although Chipzilla is not big in the car industry at the moment and Qualcomm, with its NXP takeover, is king – it appears that there is a war brewing between the pair.