Tesla installs camera inside car
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What does it hope to learn about the driver?

The car maker Tesla might be finding itself in hot water after installing a camera inside the car to monitor the driver.

Toyota will release solid state battery
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Ready for electric cars

Toyota is in production engineering for a solid state battery, which uses a solid electrolyte instead of the conventional semi-liquid version used in today's lithium-ion batteries.

Volvo will give up on completely petrol cars by 2019
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Out of gas

Volvo has announced that starting in 2019, all of the new models it produces will be electric or hybrid.

Nvidia joins Volvo-based self-driving car consortium
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Level Four self-driving by self-driving by 2021

Autoliv and Volvo Car Corporation, with Zenuity, a newly-formed automotive software development joint venture equally owned by Autoliv and Volvo, will work together with Nvidia to develop next generation self-driving car technologies.

Connected car demand to rise 29.1 percent
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Fuji Keizai claims 90 percent will be connected by 2035


Demand for connected cars has been rising and the type of vehicles are expected to account for 29.1 percent of overall car shipments in 2017 and by 2035, according to beancounters at Fuji Keizai.

BlackBerry pipped in car market
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Only days after thinking it was going to save its bacon


Only a few days after BlackBerry announced that getting into the motoring business was helping it climb back from the dead, it has had to downplay news that Toyota would adopt rival software for its future vehicle consoles.

BlackBerry doing well by not being BlackBerry
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Car market to save company bacon

A top Wall Street analyst has said that the maker of the Crackberry is set to clean up in the car market.

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.