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Mob vandalizes and burns self-driving car in San Francisco

In a startling incident in San Francisco's Chinatown, a mob vandalized and set ablaze a Waymo self-driving Jaguar I-Pace, marking a significant escalation in...

Canadian government bans Flipper Zero device aiming to prevent car thefts

In an assertive response to the rampant rise in automotive thefts, the Canadian government has announced an impending prohibition on the import, sale, and...

Tesla’s stock nosedives, making it the worst performing stock in S&P 500

Tesla, the electric vehicle giant once celebrated for its market-defying success, has hit a significant slump, becoming the worst-performing stock in the S&P 500...

GM struggles with software bugs in electric vehicles

General Motors (GM) is currently grappling with significant software issues in its electric vehicle (EV) lineup, leading to a range of technical and operational...

Volkswagen goes big on ChatGPT as in-car voice assistant

Volkswagen is hoping to revolutionize the in-car experience by integrating ChatGPT, OpenAI's advanced language model, into its voice assistant system. Announced at the CES, this...

GM to phase out Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

General Motors (GM) has announced its decision to phase out Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from its new electric vehicles (EVs) and future products,...

BlackBerry names new CEO, will split cybersecurity and IoT businesses

BlackBerry’s new leader is the former head of its cybersecurity business unit. The Waterloo, Ont., company said this morning that John Giamatteo is its new chief executive officer and a member of its board of directors, effective immediately. Richard Lynch, who has served as interim chief executive officer since Nov. 4, after the departure of

Federal judge says car makers can intercept your messages

In a decision that has stirred significant debate, a federal judge has ruled that the interception of text messages and mobile phone call logs...

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