Lyft announced last week it was selling its self-driving car unit to Toyota, and Uber sold its self-driving business in December.
The new rules still block large vehicles, meaning companies testing driverless big rigs have to look elsewhere.
Uber's Jump bikes are made in China, and they could see a U.S. import tariff hike if trade talks fall through.
The protest against pay and working conditions comes as the companies go public.
One man's autonomous adventure includes scary left turns, robot rule-followers and teen snark.
Drivers might be relying on their car's safety technology more than they should.
Waymo claims a former employee took trade secrets to rival Uber. The intellectual property dispute could have implications for a range of industries. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The future of driving may be closer than we thought. General Motors has announced plans to mass produce a fully autonomous car without a steering wheel or pedals in 2019 — if it gets the go-ahead from federal regulators. Ford and other manufacturers aren’t far behind. Click the audio player above to hear the full […]