Japanese automaker Toyota yesterday announced plans to collaborate with research institutions to develop what it calls ‘intelligent vehicles’.
A group of US automakers are trying to establish a defence against potential car hackers through a business alliance.
New reporting suggests Apple may be much closer to building a self-driving car than was previously thought.
Chinese electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group has announced plans for a massive new investment in Indian manufacturing.
Search engine and technology services company Google announced yesterday an unprecedented restructuring of its business.
Infor yesterday announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire GT Nexus, the world's largest cloud-based global commerce platform, for $675m.
Darktrace’s director of technology, Dave Palmer discusses the importance of integrated cyber security across IT systems and production environments.
An investigation is underway into the threat of hacking into US car radios in the wake of Fiat Chrysler recall.
Finnish software company Nokia has today announced a deal to sell its well-regarded ‘HERE’ mapping service to a consortium of German automakers.
More than 1,000 leading scientists, business people and robotics researchers have signed an open letter warning against the dangers of autonomous weapons, saying artificial intelligence could prompt a “third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms”.