Why Volkswagen Declared Defeat in Diesel Cars – Scientific American


International Business Times
Why Volkswagen Declared Defeat in Diesel Cars
Scientific American
In using the defeat device across an estimated 11 million cars around the world, Volkswagen's engineers signaled their own defeat in the contest to make diesel a viable alternative for American consumers. Though it holds the promise of greater fuel
VW may compensate owners of diesel cars for loss of valueKansas City Star
Volkswagen Emissions Scandal: 3.6M Cars In Europe Require Hardware Changes International Business Times
VW's U.S. Head Tells Congress 430000 Cars Need Engine RetrofitBloomberg

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Switzerland Considers Banning Volkswagen Diesel Car Sales – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Switzerland Considers Banning Volkswagen Diesel Car Sales
Wall Street Journal
The Swiss estimate that around 180,000 Volkswagen group vehicles already on its roads could contain the software which reduces pollution levels during testing. The cars have 1.2-liter, 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter diesel engines and have met the EURO5
Volkswagen's emissions fiasco vexes car owners, dealersUSA TODAY
Switzerland bans sale of Volkswagen diesel carsTelegraph.co.uk
The Latest: Switzerland to Ban Sales of Some VW Group CarsNew York Times
Autoweek –BBC News
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Report: Apple met with California auto regulator to discuss self-driving cars – Fortune


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Report: Apple met with California auto regulator to discuss self-driving cars
Fortune
Apple recently met with officials at California's Department of Motor Vehicles to talk about self-driving cars, according to a report by The Guardian. In August, Apple's senior legal counsel, Mike Maletic, met with representatives of the California
Apple explores rules of the road for self-driving carsPhys.Org
Apple meets with California DMV to talk about self-driving cars, The Guardian The Verge
Report: Apple, Calif. DMV Talked Self-Driving CarsPC Magazine
Macworld –Forbes –Mashable
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Automakers Will Make Automatic Braking Systems Standard in New Cars – New York Times


New York Times
Automakers Will Make Automatic Braking Systems Standard in New Cars
New York Times
But the automakers have not set a timetable for the introduction of the systems, and regulators may still seek government rules that would require the equipment as a standard feature in all cars and trucks — just as airbags were mandated a generation ago.
Automakers Commit to Put Automatic Brakes in All CarsABC News
10 car companies make automatic brakes standardCNNMoney

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Car companies are scrambling for AI talent as Google and Apple’s driverless … – Quartz


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Car companies are scrambling for AI talent as Google and Apple's driverless
Quartz
Before Silicon Valley can disrupt the car industry, the car industry wants to join forces with Silicon Valley. Today (Sept. 4), Toyota announced it's investing $50 million into a partnership with MIT and Stanford University to accelerate research into
Toyota Finally Gets Serious About Self-Driving CarsWIRED
Toyota partners with Stanford, MIT to build self-driving carsabc7news.com
​Toyota investing $50M to research cars that can think for themselvesCNET
Popular Science –Mashable –The Register-Guard
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Uber Hires Two Engineers Who Showed Cars Could Be Hacked – New York Times


New York Times
Uber Hires Two Engineers Who Showed Cars Could Be Hacked
New York Times
Mr. Miller and Mr. Valasek will work in Uber's offices in Pittsburgh, where the company has based its self-driving car and robotics research. In a statement, Uber said the two men would work closely with Joe Sullivan, Uber's chief security officer, and
Uber Hires Two Hackers to Work on Self-Driving Cars' DefensesWall Street Journal
Uber hires 2 hackers to work on self-driving carsTimes Gazette
Uber hires two security researchers to improve car technologyReuters
VentureBeat –Dark Reading –Gizmodo
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Bystanders tackle DUI suspect who hits 7 cars – USA TODAY


USA TODAY
Bystanders tackle DUI suspect who hits 7 cars
USA TODAY
BELLEVUE, Wash. — Cars littered Factoria Boulevard Thursday afternoon after a man rammed seven cars and then tried to carjack at least two of them before being tackled by bystanders. Police believe the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Bystanders Tackle Suspected DUI Driver Who Rammed Seven CarsNBCNews.com
Bellevue Police: Impaired driver smashes 7 cars, attempts carjackingsKOMO News

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Legendary cars from all eras set to break sales records in Monterey – CNN


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Legendary cars from all eras set to break sales records in Monterey
CNN
Buyers seeking something a little more restrained than a loud and proud "Miami Vice" car need look no further than a black 1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Lusso, owned until recently by The Voice panelist and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine.
These 55 cars for sale at Pebble Beach are worth more than your houseSFGate (blog)
A Ferrari bubble? Here's a $415 million testCNBC

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