The self-driving vehicles smashed, burned, flipped, and tipped. But the ambitious race through the Mojave launched an industry.
Travel restrictions are blocking some marine workers from reaching their assigned ships. That’s forcing others on extended tours.
Using technology from Silicon Valley’s Luminar, the Swedish automaker plans to offer completely autonomous highway driving by 2022.
Meet Bryan Salesky and the team of resourceful engineers at Argo, the little company trying to crack a big problem: safe autonomous driving.
Air travel is down more than 90 percent from last year, and analysts say the rebound will be slower than following 9/11 or the financial crisis.
A study finds that California lockdown restrictions reduced crashes that kill or seriously injure people to 200 a day, down from 400 in the same period last year.
Zipline, whose pilotless craft are ferrying kits and protective gear in Ghana, wants to launch a similar service in North Carolina.
Oxygen is in the air. Getting it to a Covid-19 patient struggling to breathe can be trickier than it seems.
Cities from Bogota to Oakland are closing streets to make room for pedestrians and bikers. Urbanists think we’d be healthier if such changes were permanent.