Plus, the Air Force 3D prints parts for old planes, flying car execs consider the little people, and self-driving cars learn about selfish humans.
The verdict in favor of the Tesla CEO capped a four-day trial in Los Angeles over insults Musk tweeted in 2018.
In its first compilation, the ride-hail service says there were more than 3,000 sexual assaults related to Uber rides last year, up 4% from the year before.
You drive differently for Sunday errands than when you’re late to pick up the kids. Researchers are teaching robots how to grapple with that.
A trial beginning in Los Angeles is the latest chapter in a saga that began with Musk’s plan to use a mini-sub to rescue a trapped soccer team.
The number of Americans flying around Thanksgiving is projected to rise 3.7% this year. Just don’t stash gun magazines in your carry-on.
Airports including LAX are setting up pickup areas a ways removed from terminals to address the congestion created by popular ride-hail apps.
Two hearings reveal that neither the federal government nor many states are monitoring the hundreds of self-driving vehicles being tested on US roads.
The ride-hail company has 21 days to appeal the city’s ruling, which cited a “pattern of failures” on safety.
One design expert called Tesla’s electric pickup truck “horrifying.” And a black lab who drove in circles for an hour.
The pickup truck Elon Musk unveiled Thursday night features sharp angles, but no side mirrors or “crumple zone” to absorb the force of a collision.
Eager to challenge the dominance of Ford’s F-150, Elon Musk and company plan to unveil a pickup truck Thursday at 8 pm PT.
Plus: The deadly design flaws of the B-17 Flying Fortress and a sneaky cat swap.
Genius is a myth, the former *MythBusters* cohost believes. You get smarter by investing time and energy in something you love.
Attention Dara Khosrowshahi: The killing of a woman in Arizona by your company’s self-driving car is not a “mistake.”
And what Alphabet’s moonshot factory, X, is going after next.
Plus, a call to require helmets for cyclists, Paris battles e-scooters, and more.
A government panel wants officials to build better cycling infrastructure, but its call to mandate helmets is already rankling cycling advocates.
Uber Eats unveils its latest drone, which may begin deliveries next summer, and our reporter lands a $2 million plane with the help of new tech.
The ride-hail companies are backing a ballot measure to overturn a California law intended to transform gig-economy workers from contractors to employees.
The still-burning Kincade Fire prompted one of the largest wildfire-related evacuations in California history—a legacy, in part, of two earlier deadly blazes.
The US government said pedestrian fatalities rose for a second consecutive year. But, hey, Tesla’s back in the black, and promising record deliveries this quarter.
A study of 40 million trips finds that men tip more than women, that women drivers get bigger tips, and that riders tip more on repeat rides with a driver.
The Shanghai Gigafactory, which Tesla says can produce 150,000 Model 3 sedans a year, was completed in 168 working days.
Plus, we investigate a new, tiny jet engine for cargo-touting drones, and check out Volvo’s first electric car.
The engine maker and its contractor AeroTec plan to strip a Qantas jetliner and stuff it with instruments to test new models.