For a little more than a day, thousands of Teslas had software causing some cars to slam on their brakes for no apparent reason.
An update on the crash investigation by federal investigators determined someone was behind the wheel.
A Duke University engineering professor critical of self-driving car companies has been named a safety advisor for an auto regulator.
Data from when something bad happens can be erased, and the score itself can be reset with the press of a few buttons.
Elon Musk and Grimes announced they were "semi-separated" last week—and Grimes has plans for her next move.
Other than the fact it measures the wrong things and for some reason tells people their score so it can be gamed, it's a great idea.
Every so often, a clip of a Tesla running experimental beta driver assistance software goes viral. But who are the people behind the wheel? And why does it matter?
“We are semi-separated," Musk told Page Six.
Why Elon Musk's promise of a self-driving future is running late.
While Starlink insists it’s poised to disrupt the broken U.S. broadband market. Reality, competitors, and the law of physics will make that promise a steep uphill climb.