While there's reasonable debate about the safety and reliability of driverless cars roaming the roads today, that ignores the debate over cars vs. public transit — and some advocates are getting devious.
If you were looking to save some money on a new Tesla Model S sedan or Model X crossover, you're in luck — the "Standard Range" models are back with a battery that you cannot charge all the way. But it's $10,000 less, so there's that.
It hasn't been long since the first domino fell in the switch away from the CCS1 plug, but in relatively short order the plug that used to be proprietary to Tesla is the new standard for American electric cars.
EV truck maker Rivian will start building vehicles with the NACS connector in 2025, adding another company to Tesla's Supercharger-compatible network. Meanwhile, practically every company that builds EV chargers is also adopting the connector.
There's a time and place for artificial intelligence, and in these early years that line is blurry. Sometimes we need to try implementing it somewhere to see if it's a good idea. Other times… it's really obvious.
It was easy to mock the idea of Elon Musk's tunnels project — this was a problem we solved long ago with subways, right? Well, after actually experiencing it in a real-world situation, I'm not so sure it's a dumb idea.
CES is back, baby! The show's changed a lot over the years, but there was still a lot of exciting new tech to be found in Las Vegas — enough that we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge all the cool stuff with our own Best of CES 2023 awards!