Exclusive: Intel's autonomous vehicle unit Mobileye ends NYC testing
Stay up to date on emerging tech Drones, automation, AI, and more. The technologies that will shape the future of business, all in one newsletter. Mobileye has stopped testing autonomous vehicles in New York, Emerging Tech Brew has learned.
Electric vehicles are exploding from water damage after Hurricane Ian, top Florida official warns
A top Florida state official warned Thursday that firefighters have battled a number of fires caused by electric vehicle (EV) batteries waterlogged from Hurricane Ian. EV batteries that have been waterlogged in the wake of the hurricane are at risk of corrosion, which could lead to unexpected fires, according to Jimmy Patronis, the state's top financial officer and fire marshal.
How you can invest in EV charging stations and take advantage of the auto transition
Electric vehicles are taking over the streets, and that means drivers are looking for more places to charge. The rapid rise in EVs is creating an opportunity for those willing to learn the tricks of the trade. See how you can invest in EV charging stations and play a role in the future of transportation.
The SUV-ification of Police Fleets
NYPD is moving toward an all-SUV fleet because Ford has stopped manufacturing the sedans it has relied upon for years but also because the vehicles manufactured for police are getting bigger, presenting a bigger danger to anyone not in those cars.
Most electric car buyers don't switch back to gas
People who buy electric vehicles (EVs) really like them, according to U.S. vehicle registration data, which shows most EV owners tend to buy an EV for their next car, too. Why it matters: The data reveals a growing embrace of electric cars as automakers and the federal government pour billions of dollars into EV and battery production.
Cars are now computers-and the auto industry's cyber defenses may not be ready
The digital transformation comes for us all. Just ask the auto industry. As automakers develop smarter, more connected vehicles, the storied manufacturing companies face new technical challenges-including cybersecurity. In 2020, more than 90% of all new cars in the US were connected according to ABI Research.
Smart Gets Sensible with the New #1 (Hashtag One)
Smart left the U.S. market in 2019, having established the limits of our enthusiasm for its quirky, gawky city cars. Yet the company's American misadventure was only a small part of the brand's wider commercial failure, one that had led to the loss of a reported $3.6 billion before it was fully absorbed into the Daimler empire in 2006.