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Navigation systems not only help drivers stay safe on the road by providing information about routes – more and more of this technology is helping them follow speed limits and reduce fuel consumption too.
Three reasons why you can’t buy a self-driving car today and one place you’re likely to find them first.
BUILDING a business of any size today invariably involves technology.
What economic recovery? China’s delivery drivers just along for the ride as other opportunities remain elusive
Despite China’s economy seeing considerable growth in the third quarter, a large segment of its working class is still feeling effects of the pandemic. A total of 24.7% of industry-leading Meituan’s 2.95 million delivery riders had at least a bachelor’s degree at the end of July, up from 18% a year earlier.
Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng steers clear of robotaxis, says self-driving trucks more likely to succeed
It is difficult for self-driving systems to replace human drivers, especially in densely populated cities, Xpeng’s head of autonomous driving says. Self-driving long-haul trucks and robots handling last-mile deliveries are more likely to be successfully automated, according to Xinzhou Wu.
The United States National Security Agency is rebuffing efforts by a leading Congressional critic to determine whether it is continuing to place so-called back doors into commercial technology products
A victory by Joe Biden in the Nov 3 election in the United States could usher in an abrupt change in the nation’s telecommunications policy, restoring so-called net neutrality regulation and shifting the Republican drive to rein in social media outlets, among other things.
As Malaysia moves to get the country connected under the Jendela initiative, 3G will be phased out in favour of 4G.
A programmer has created a website that tracks which McDonald’s stores have working or broken ice cream machines, saving users the grief of not getting their just desserts.
Earlier this week, Tesla sent out its “full self-driving” software to a small group of owners who will test it on public roads. But buried on its website is a disclaimer that the US$8,000 (RM33,188) system doesn’t make the vehicles autonomous and drivers still have to supervise it.