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From the referenced Reuters article :
Two ex-employees said they weren’t bothered by the sharing of …
A manslaughter trial set to begin in Los Angeles for a fatal crash caused by a Tesla operating on Autopilot presents a first-of-its kind test for the legal responsibility of a human driver in a car that was partly driving itself, legal experts say.
What do you get when you cross body hacking and car technology?
A hack effective on the popular S and Y Tesla cars would allow a thief to unlock a vehicle, start the electric motor and speed away, according to Sultan Qasim Khan, principal security consultant at security firm NCC Group.
Electric cars don't just plug in. They can also be unplugged -- so to speak -- and not necessarily by their owners.
A lidar company set up some alarming tests at CES that had lots of fake kids getting whacked with cars.
The Tesla app is the primary way that owners interface with their cars. When the app is not working, many of those features are inaccessible.