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Tesla is now producing all of its cars with full self-driving hardware.
Pal-V is opening the first flying car school in North America to help prospective clients obtain a pilot's license before the company distributes the first commercial flying car in 2018.
We are live for day two of CEATEC, Japan's largest IT and electronics conference, to check out some of the hottest new products that will be hitting the market.
Kirobo Mini is small and light enough to be carried around but is probably most at home in the car. There’s a snug holder to keep it safe in a cup holder, and yes, even Kirobo wears a seat belt.
New Holland's autonomous tractor can work round-the-clock and be controlled remotely through a tablet or desktop computer.
British adventurer, Ben Grylls, tested out the new Land Rover Discovery's Intelligent Seat Fold Technology while jumping from a plane. Using a smartphone app, drivers will be able to perform a variety of functions including closing the windows of their car and checking the fuel level from anywhere in the world.
Self-driving Ubers are now arriving in Pittsburgh as the company tests out its autonomous car development
The new electric car from Chevrolet has a range of 238 miles, beyond that of the Tesla Model 3.
The PAL-V One is a combination car and gyroplane and can transform from land to air vehicle in about 10 minutes.
It takes these electric buses less time to recharge than it does to pick up passengers thanks to flash charging technology developed by ABB.
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