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Daimler’s Uber rival mytaxi expands into Romania

Mytaxi, the ride hailing app owned by German carmaker Daimler, has agreed to buy a Romanian rival as part of efforts to create a pan-European service to take on Uber.


Delphi, Transdev to develop self-driving transport service in Europe

Delphi Automotive PLC will partner with Paris-based Transdev Group, a public transport service controlled by the French government, to develop an automated on-demand shuttle service in Europe.


Robo-taxi rise won’t slow global auto demand, Renault says

Automakers can expect rising global demand over the coming decades, even if “dramatic” changes to the industry mean fewer people actually own their cars, Renault SA’s head of electric vehicles said.


Didi may come after Uber following record funding

BEIJING: Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing just raised more than US$5.5bil, giving Uber Technologies Inc chief executive officer Travis Kalanick one more thing to worry about.


Talking-car safety mandate hits unexpected pothole of opposition

A once-popular idea to equip cars with technology to communicate with one another and avoid collisions is encountering unexpected potholes in Washington.


Intel to buy Israeli driverless car-tech firm Mobileye for US$15bil

JERUSALEM: US chipmaker Intel agreed to buy Israeli driverless car-technology firm Mobileye for US$15.3bil (RM68bil) on Monday, positioning itself for a dominant role in the fast-moving autonomous-driving sector.


California paves way to self-driving car tests without humans

California, the largest US car market, plans to allow testing on public roads of self-driving vehicles without human backup drivers by the end of the year.


Will we soon be driving a smartphone?

As the Mobile World Congress opens in Barcelona, SEAT car buyers are about to get some insight into the trends in future mobility, connectivity and safety.


Alexa does make us happy … some of the time

How much excitement can one tech product – the voice-activated Amazon Echo and its smaller siblings Echo Dot and Tap – generate before the don't-believe-the-hype syndrome also sets in?


Intel to take stake in German mapping firm HERE in automated driving push

US chip maker Intel will take a 15% stake in German digital mapping firm HERE, it said on Jan 3, as it seeks to build its presence in automated driving technology.