Traffic congestion costs the U.S. economy $100 billion a year, according to Winston’s research. Roughly 30,000 people die every year in car accidents, and many more are injured. Could self-driving cars bring those numbers down?
Given that California recently became the third state in the US to legalize driverless cars, it should come as no surprise that automakers are attempting to jockey for the lead… read more
The collective odometer of Google’s self-driving cars has just passed 300,000 miles. The engineering team celebrated with an announcement that they now feel the car has been proven safe enough… read more
As if to spite me just days after I was gushing about Google’s driverless Toyota Prius, they go and rear-end someone and cause a five car accident. But as it… read more
The race is on. Last month China cut their driverless car loose for a fully automated, 177 mile (286 km) road trip – all without GPS. Guided completely by sensors… read more
Innovative car maker Volkswagen has just brought us that much closer to a driving experience in which we don’t actually have to drive. Their “Temporary Auto Pilot” (TAP) semi-autonomously controls… read more
There’s really not a whole lot in Nevada besides long highways and oil fields. But they do have Vegas, that desert oasis of high-density excess that puts Nevada on the… read more