Chinese tech giant Baidu announced partnerships to build self-driving vehicles starting in 2018. The company’s software will be used in a mini bus and mass-market consumer vehicles. The company has been making significant investments in autonomous driving technology to compete with American companies like Tesla and Waymo.
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Chinese tech giant Baidu just revealed its plan to mass-produce self-driving vehicles beginning this year — and Waymo should be nervous
“Electric cars are vastly better than internal combustion devices,” said James Anderson, a Harvard scientist.
Nokia’s newest health product is a new take on an already-done product.
The device’s Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapeutic technology promises to help reduce chronic pain — and now it’s getting new features.
As Japan celebrates the year of the dog, electronics giant Sony on Thursday unleashed its new robot canine companion, packed with artificial intelligence and internet connectivity.
Remember those Dutch solar cars that won the World Solar Challenge car race? The range of those cars powered by the sun was excellent. However, the vehicles themselves were not up to snuff in the design department. In comes Lightyear, a self-charging electric solar car with a sexy design, and recently awarded with the renowned […]
Pizza Hut has taken its first step toward potentially saying goodbye to the delivery guy. The pizza chain announced on Monday that it is teaming up with Toyota on a driverless delivery truck that could begin testing by 2020.
At Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas, Intel today showed off its prototype of Volocopter, which according to the company is “essentially a flying car”. However, it is basically a drone that is big enough to carry a passenger.
Selfly is a cute picture-taking robot from AEE.
Sometimes you just want a robot to bring you an ice cold beverage. Or vacuum your house. Or put away all that random shit you left on the floor following an all-night bender precipitated by the realization that you just dropped several thousand dollars on a robot.