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Cars have become rolling computers, crammed with features driven by computers and software.
Regulators in Michigan follow through on their threat to deny Tesla's application to open a retail location in the state. Meanwhile, its battle with former partner Mobileye is getting nasty
Tesla's autonomous driving roadmap was apparently too ambitious for Mobileye. But its progress to date has been impressive.
Jim Cramer says the end of the relationship between Mobileye and Tesla sounds like bad blood.
MBLY is distancing itself from TSLA's Autopilot system.
Mobileye's chairman says Tesla's systems weren't designed to cover all potential crash scenarios.
Mobileye (MBLY) said it will most likely secure its second self-driving car deal with an automaker in the coming months, Reuters reports.
Mobileye (MBLY) stock was trading lower late Monday morning after Tesla (TSLA) said it would update its autopilot software.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January could provide hints as to which ventures are leading.
Alphabet and Tesla's autonomous driving investments and data collection arguably give them an early edge. But many others are also hatching big plans.
Baidu and Nvidia join forces to create an end-to-end cloud-based autonomous driving system.
Self-driving cars are catching the public imagination and investor interest. Here's a great play that often gets ignored.
The trial is designed to demonstrate how a driverless cab would operate in an urban environment.
JPMorgan analysts say Mobileye (MBLY) and Delphi's (DLPH) autonomous driving partnership marks the 'greatest progress' towards a single industry solution.
The indices, while solidly positive, closed at the intraday lows. That is highly unusual in this market.
Google will punish mobile sites that have intrusive ads that block access to content.
Stocks hold onto solid gains by mid-morning Tuesday after new home sales hit an eight-year high.
Mobileye (MBLY) stock was climbing Tuesday morning after pairing with Delphi (DLPH) to develop an autonomous driving system.
The companies are trying to carve out a place in an area where large automakers are increasingly moving R&D in-house, building a package to be available to all by 2019.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, looking to reverse some of the losses of a day earlier, following positive earnings from the likes of Best Buy and Toll Brothers.
Delphi Automotive and Mobileye team to develop a self-driving system; Volkswagen reportedly reaches a deal with two suppliers; Toll Brothers third-quarter revenue tops forecasts.
Industry leaders have come to an agreement to produce the "Central Sensing Localization and Planning" (CSLP) platform to accelerate the time to market for a complete automated driving solution