Toyota is investing more than $2.8 billion to develop automated driving software.
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.
Cortana, Office365, Skype, and Azure cloud integration in the car
Microsoft said that it will begin licensing some of its intellectual property (IP) for internet-connected automobiles in an effort to usher in a new wave of real-time communications, roadside assistance, infotainment services, and self-driving features for consumers over the next few years.
I had that Bill Gates in the back of my taxi once
A report said that millions of professional drivers will lose their jobs as self driving vehicles make their debut.
Safer and less likely to explode
Engineers at Toyota Motor claim they have tamed the volatile lithium-ion battery and can now enter the all-electric car market.
Good news away from the smartphone bear pit
LG has signed a deal with Toyota to supply telematics components for Toyota's upcoming connected vehicles. The deal is good news for LG which needs to step back a bit from smartphones.
It could freeze your Nikes
Lexus has created the functioning hoverboard from Back the Future – sort of.
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