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Fiat Chrysler and Waymo just announced an exclusive deal for advanced self-driving technology


Tesla's approach to self-driving technology is completely different from its rivals. See how it works.


How a former soldier went from self-taught truck driver to helping Alphabet's Waymo usher in the era of self-driving semis



Alphabet moonshot companies must pay Google a 'services fee' to eat at cafeterias and ride the shuttles, and it's apparently a big source of tension


Waymo just announced its first-ever outside funding with $2.25 billion — and its CEO said spinning off from Alphabet is 'certainly a possibility'


The multitrillion-dollar global automotive industry is changing, but not the way you might expect. Here's how that change is unfolding.



Tesla's biggest problem with self-driving cars is that it actually has to sell them to customers


A former Waymo driver has been accused of intentionally causing a collision with one of the company's self-driving vans


Waymo's self-driving car workers reportedly complain about finding leftover needles in the vehicles and a cut to their benefits


Waymo will start shuttling packages for UPS in Arizona by the end of March


Tesla and rivals like Waymo and GM are locked in a battle over the future of self-driving cars


Alphabet's self-driving car company Waymo has broken ground in Europe by buying an Oxford startup



Renderings reveal how failed flying car designs from the past may have looked if they were made today


Meet Rikard Grunnan, the Waymo employee who has actually built self-driving cars


A Waymo executive explains why the self-driving startup wants its rides to be 'amazingly boring'


Waymo is telling customers it will start offering rides in its autonomous cars without safety drivers



Waymo and AAA are trying to ease anxiety about self-driving vehicles


Google's self-driving car project stopped working on a system similar to Tesla's Autopilot and Cadillac's Super Cruise in 2013 because one of its employees fell asleep at the wheel


Anthony Levandowski pleads not guilty to charges of Google trade theft and is released, with an ankle monitor, after posting $2 million bond


A former Uber and Google executive has been indicted on accusations of stealing self-driving-car tech