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Singapore Will Stop Adding Cars To Its Roads Starting In 2018

10/23/2017, In most countries, if you want to buy a car, all you have to do is walk into a dealership and purchase one (whether or not you are legally allowed to drive is a different story). However over in Singapore where land is sparse, owning a car is tricky, but...

The UK Could Force Petrol Stations To Install EV Chargers

10/20/2017, The range on electric vehicles these days have definitely come a long way from what they used to be back in the day. However for the most part it’s hard to beat a gas-powered car in terms of range, and also in terms of how quick and easy it is to refuel...

Lyft Gets $1 Billion From Google’s Parent Company

10/19/2017, It was first rumored last month that Google’s parent company was thinking about investing in ride-hailing platform Lyft. The rumors have turned out to be true. CapitalG, Alphabet’s growth investment fund, is leading a $1 billion investment...

Baidu Announces Plans To Launch A Self-Driving Bus In China

10/18/2017, It is no secret that many tech companies and carmakers are working on making self-driving cars a reality. In fact over in China, internet search giant Baidu is making some progress of their own and had previously teamed up with the likes of BMW and...

GM Will Be First To Test Self-Driving Cars In New York City

10/17/2017, New York has some strict rules for self-driving cars which is why companies haven’t been rushing there to test their technology. General Motors has seen past that, though, and it’s going to be the first company to start testing autonomous...

CarPlay Becoming A ‘Must Have’ Feature For iPhone Users

10/17/2017, The times of when all we demanded from our car’s entertainment system was radio is long gone. Fast forward to today and our requirements for an infotainment system has changed where it needs to have a display, support Bluetooth connectivity, pair with...

Waymo Trains Law Enforcement How To Handle Self-Driving Car Crashes

10/16/2017, There are many questions surrounding self-driving cars, like the legality behind it, how will our current rules apply to the technology, and so on. One question is that in the event of a self-driving car crash, how will law enforcement or first responders...

Tesla Recalling 11,000 Model X Cars Due To Seat Cables

10/12/2017, Tesla today announced that it’s voluntarily recalling 11,000 Model X crossovers worldwide due to seat cables that could potentially break during a crash. The cables might prevent the rear row of seats from locking into place if there’s a...

Porsche Launches A $2,000 A Month Car Subscription Service

10/11/2017, So you’ve probably heard of subscription services for books, music, videos, but a car subscription service? Those aren’t that common, but it seems that Porsche is hoping that there will be a demand for it. The company has recently launched a car...

New Camera Tech Helps Self-Driving Cars See Around Corners

10/09/2017, Self-driving cars work by using cameras and sensors to detect what’s in front of it so that it knows how to stay in its lane and also how to avoid obstacles. However seeing around corners, that’s a trick that the folks at MIT CSAIL have managed to...

Alexa Will Let You Start Your Nissan SUV With Your Voice

10/05/2017, We know that Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant can do a lot of things for users, like call for an Uber, order a pizza, set reminders, check the traffic situation, read the news, and so on, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that soon...

Porsche Mission E Electric Car Gets Spotted

10/04/2017, Porsche unveiled its Mission E all-electric sports car concept about a year ago. The company recently confirmed more details about this car a few weeks back. It’s working on it now and aiming to launch it in 2019. The Porsche Mission E electric car...