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Uniti Announces Pricing

October 14th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

The Uniti One, with a 24 kWh battery and 300 kilometer range, will be available in the UK next year beginning at £15,100 after incentives.


Tesla Is Now Installing Full Self-Driving Hardware 3 Upgrade In Some Cars

September 11th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The first confirmed upgrade to Tesla's new Full Self Driving hardware version 3 took place today after a customer took his 2018 Tesla Model S P100DL into the Santa Barbara service center to get a new HEPA filter. After the service, Twitterer and longtime Tesla supporter Sofiaan Fraval noticed that a line on his service documents indicated that the new hardware had been installed at the appointment as well (h/t to Vincent for spotting this one)


Intel’s Acquisition Of Mobileye To “Accelerate The Future Of Autonomous Driving”

August 12th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Intel's acquisition of outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye NV is now complete, which should soon make some of the goals of the acquisition more clear. With that in mind, the newest press release (revealing the completion of the tender offer) states that Intel estimates the "vehicle systems, data, and services market opportunity to be up to $70 billion by 2030."


Mobileye Reports Jump In Quarterly Profits

June 5th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The Israel-based self-driving vehicle technology firm Mobileye reported a notable jump in quarterly profit last quarter that eclipsed earlier estimates — primarily as a result of increasingly strong sales of its advanced driver assisted systems


Lucid Motors Selects Mobileye As Self-Driving Tech Provider

December 31st, 2016 | by James Ayre

When we covered news of an interesting test ride in the Lucid Motors Air prototype a few weeks ago, we noted that the experience included a short demonstration of the vehicle's self-driving capabilities. Given the way things are headed in the auto industry, the company understandably seems to be aware that self-driving features will be an expected component in luxury offerings within only a few years



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