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Industry players say self-driving cars are years away

LAS VEGAS: Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars.

Toyota to Hyundai say pump brakes on hopes of robo-car’s arrival

Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars. At CES – usually a stage for bragging about futuristic bona fides – top executives are instead tamping down expectations about the arrival of autonomy.

Banking on a better bus service

COMMUTERS are looking forward to better service once the takeover of the main transport company in Putrajaya is completed.

Apple, Tesla ask California to change proposed self-driving car test policy

Apple Inc urged California to toughen up its proposed policy on testing self-driving cars, a move that would result in more public data that could help Apple catch up to rivals in the self-driving space.

We need the Lemon law

A letter from SHABANA NASEER, National Consumer Complaints Centre/ FOMCA.

In the hot seats to turn Proton around

Proton Holdings Bhd has appointed two top guns from DRB-Hicom Bhd, Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali as chief executive officer and Datuk Radzaif Mohamed as deputy chief executive officer, to helm the national car company that has an endless list of issues.

Upgrade thyself, workshops

MALAYSIANS are accustomed to thinking of the car workshop as a place that looks rundown, with oil stains on the floor, rusty vehicles all around and, yes, maybe even operating under a tree. But as the nation progresses, such business establishments will evolve towards a more efficient and cleaner setup.

Batman: Arkham Knight – Sum of all fears

The story steals the spotlight, diving deep inside the Dark Knight’s mind for a cerebral and terrifying journey.

Nokia's maps unit draws further bidders: Manager Magazin

Nokia's maps business has drawn interest from potential buyers including Facebook and a consortium of German carmakers made up of BMW, Audi and Daimler, a German magazine reported.