Tesla has picked Robyn Denholm to take over the chairman role after Elon Musk was forced to step down by the SEC. She will take over in the role effective immediately but not leave Telstra until May.
At the ongoing CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Toyota announced its partnership with Amazon, Pizza Hut, and Uber to develop driverless vehicles for delivering products to consumers in the future.
Battery technology hasn't advanced as much as other automobile technologies in recent years. As a result, cars that rely on it typically have less mileage than their traditional counterparts.
The small, one seater, three wheeled, flying car, the Skydrive has just had 400 million Yen from Toyota invested into its development. The vehicle plans on having its first manned flights next year.
Microsoft is licensing its connected car patents to Toyota, offering patents such as Wi-Fi, and voice recognition software. The company announced its strategic plan in a press release this week.
Toyota unveiled its first self-driving vehicle this week at its Prius Challenge. The technology will be used in both fully-autonomous self-driving cars and in driver assistance systems.
Toyota and Capcom have partnered to create a new ad. The advertisement for the automaker has Ryu driving in the brand new C-HR, traveling the world, and at the end getting into a bit of trouble.
From Yahoo hoo-ha and Toyota's auto-bot, to Windows phone woes, Oculus magic, Paint reimagined, Edge updates, R.I.P. Nexus, and bye-bye Band, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Toyota, the famed automaker, has just launched a new robotic partner for those who get lonely at the wheel. The device can understand human speech and facial expressions and interact with your car.
After the recent investment by Apple in Chinese ride hailing firm, Didi, Toyota is partnering with Uber, which would see the automaker provide cars to ride hailing service.
In a post-Build interview, the CEO was bullish on Continuum and discussed Microsoft's way forward with Cortana, asserting AI will pervade all points of computing and mobility, including cars.
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Other carmakers, such as GM and DaimlerChrysler, have invested heavily in collaborative CAD/CAM products and product life-cycle management tools to help manage the production of new cars. Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp., long...