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Tesla is pitching customers on a new rental offering for solar power as a wayto revive the flagging fortunes of its renewable energy business
Yandex , a Russian equivalent to Google, said it is considering expanding its fleet of self-driving cars to up to 1,000 within the next two years in order to speed up tests on the fledgling technology. Yandex hopes to start testing more than 100 of its self-driving cars on roads by the end of this year. Research published by HSBC bank in January said that Yandex's autonomous driving software put it on a par with global leaders in the technology and that it was catching up with Google's Waymo.
Nio Inc. (NIO) has disrupted the automotive space since 2014 but only made waves in the market since its IPO. Investors have suffered numerous setbacks.
Google publicly disclosed its acquisition of homework helper app Socratic inan announcement this week, detailing the added support for the company's AItechnology and its relaunch on iOS
Car rental company Nextmove has walked away from a 5 million euros ($5.55 million) order for 85 Tesla Model 3 electric vehicles following a dispute over how to fix quality issues, the German company said on Friday. Nextmove said it had ordered 100 electric vehicles in 2018 but raised objections over quality and finish after taking delivery of the first 15 Model 3 cars earlier this year. Tesla said Nextmove chose not to take delivery of the cars.
According to YouTube’s most noted auto reviewers, Tesla’s Model 3 is the “best electric car” available today. Tesla produces 5,000 Model 3 units per week.
Dozens of Android adware apps disguised as photo-editing apps and games havebeen caught serving ads that would take over users' screens as part of afraudulent money-making scheme
Tesla (TSLA) has officially launched its Model 3 in South Korea, where it is attracting significant interest from prospective buyers.
Google (GOOGL) employees are petitioning the company to not accept contracts from US immigration agencies that commit human rights violations.
Ford (F) recalls more than 108,000 of its 2015 Fusions and 2015 Lincoln MKZ vehicles due to an issue with seat belt anchor pretensioners.
Hundreds of Google employees are calling on the company to pledge it won't work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection or Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A group of employees called Googlers for Human Rights posted a public petition urging the company not to bid on a cloud computing contract for CBP, the federal agency that oversees law enforcement for the country's borders. It is not clear if Google expressed interest.
California Highway Patrol officials saw a Tesla semi truck. They were impressed with the credentials. The CHP posted comments on its Facebook page.
Chinese electric car maker NIO delivered 837 cars in July, down from 1,340 cars in June. Tesla’s delivery growth range was 110%–221% in the last year.