Whose responsibility is it to ensure that there is affordable access to employment?
The electric car manufacturer says updates to its battery design and manufacturing process will help lower production costs.
Welcome to the world's newest motorsport: manned multicopter races that exceed speeds of 100 mph.
The system is basically facial recognition technology, but for cars.
So far, 30 student teams have entered the Indy Autonomous Challenge, scheduled for October 2021.
Air pollution poses "a significant risk to brain development" according to researchers.
The national public charging infrastructure is coming online.
Such a battery would make it far cheaper to implement robotaxis and long-haul electric trucks, both of which Tesla is developing.
Before we release new technology into the ether, we need to make safeguards so that bad actors can't misuse them.
How the half-hour commute and motorised transport changed our cities into huge metropolises.
The 2020 Democratic candidate's plan to give Americans a universal basic income seems to include a special provision for truckers.
The writing is on the wall for the oil industry, according to a new report from BNP Paribas.
Combined with high-capacity public transport, AVs could remove 9 out of every 10 cars in a mid-sized European city.
A passenger on a California freeway shot a video of a Tesla driver dozing off at the wheel.
The Tesla Motors CEO has plans for a James Bond-like car that drives on and under water.
Even if the company call pull it off, are Americans ready to trust fully autonomous cars?
The technology is poised to change how many companies operate.
Japan looks to replace China as the primary source of critical metals
New research links urban planning and political polarization.
The government hopes to see 1.5 million electric cars on roads by 2030.
The company markedly outperformed Wall Street's expectations in the third quarter of 2018.
For more than two years, Andrew Left of Citron Research has been one of the most vocal Tesla skeptics.
The report outlines some bleak numbers for drivers who work for ride-hailing apps like Lyft and Uber, though those companies don't quite agree with the researchers' methodology.
Nissan is developing technology that controls the car by reading the driver's brain waves.
Robots and AI are going to become an everyday part of life, but will that take away other everyday parts of life?
Norway, Europe's largest petroleum producer, makes an unprecedented commitment to green energy.