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Google gets first self-driven car license in Nevada

Google's self-driven cars will soon be appearing on Nevada roads after the state's Department of Motor Vehicles approved on Monday the nation's first autonomous vehicle license.


MH370: Focus on deep ocean searches, new phase of operations to cost RM182mil

KUALA LUMPUR: The search for Flight MH370 will enter a new phase with intensified searches over a larger area of the south Indian Ocean floor following a trilateral meeting in Canberra between Malaysia, China and Australia.


MH370: Euro agency urges black box life extension

PARIS: Europe’s aviation safety watchdog called Tuesday for the transmission time of tracking beacons fitted onto black box flight recorders to be extended from 30 to 90 days, a reform that may have made it easier to find missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370.


Sub set to relaunch underwater quest for MH370

PERTH, Australia, May 10, 2014 (AFP) - A mini-sub hunting for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will be back in the search zone within days, an official said Saturday, as the Australian ship carrying the device prepared to leave on the mission.


Citizen oceanographers wanted to monitor high seas

SYDNEY: Researchers Wednesday urged sailors to become "citizen oceanographers" and help scientists better understand some of the world's wildest seas where ships and even planes disappear without trace.


Driverless cars to be tested on public roads in March

BY March, a small fleet of driverless cars will start plying the one-north area as Singapore joins an exclusive but growing group of countries testing autonomous vehicles on public roads.


Agency seeks proposals for driverless public transport

WILL autonomous vehicle (AV) technology solve the perennial shortage of bus drivers? Will taxis of the future no longer disappear just before midnight?


Pope tells Davos elite - Consider your role in creating poverty

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Pope Francis told members of the world's wealthy political and economic elite on Wednesday that they should not be deaf to the cry of the poor and must consider their own role in creating inequality.


Driverless shuttle bus to take to Dutch public roads in world first

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - An electric, driverless shuttle bus will take to the Dutch public roads on Thursday, rolling six passengers along a 200 metre (yard) stretch of road in the first trial of its kind worldwide.


Baidu gets the green light

Beijing: Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc is set to gain a big advantage in its race with US tech leaders in the driverless vehicle sector after a local government in East China’s Anhui province gave the green light to the setting up of a centre to test the vehicles.