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Steven Overly anchored and edited The Washington Post's Innovations blog. He left The Post in May 2017.
Humans may not be taking direct orders from their technology, at least not yet.
Anthony Levandowski has emerged as a central figure in the intellectual property dispute between Uber and Waymo.
The group claims that Uber’s practice of tagging iPhones was “unfair and deceptive.”
This is one of the largest and most public efforts yet to put ordinary people inside cars of the future.
“When Amazon sneezes, everyone wakes up.”
Drivers have long called on Uber to introduce electronic tipping.
The ongoing lawsuit embroils two of the leading developers of self-driving technology in Silicon Valley.
Andreessen Horowitz investor Benedict Evans outlines bold predictions for the future of electric, autonomous vehicles.
The Uber SUV struck a traffic signal pole and two other vehicles, according to a police report.
Jeff Jones and Brian McClendon are leaving the embattled ride-sharing business.