Chrysler’s Cockpit Concept Showcases Level 3 Self-Driving Technology

Chrysler's Cockpit Concept Showcases Level 3 Self-Driving Technology

At CES, Chrysler unveiled a new cockpit concept called Synthesis that gives a glimpse into the future of the company’s electric vehicles. The two-seat demonstrator is designed around Level 3 self-driving technology, which allows drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel in certain conditions. The cockpit features a 37.2-inch infotainment display that can …
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Waze’s New Beta Version Can Alert Users of High-Risk Roadways

Waze's New Beta Version Can Alert Users of High-Risk Roadways

Google-owned navigation app Waze has introduced a beta version that warns users about roads that have statistically high crash occurrences based on Waze community data. The feature colors high-risk roads red on the map and pushes just one pop-up notification about the dangerous roads to drivers. The feature is currently in beta but is likely …
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Amazon Prime Air now delivering packages by drone in California and Texas

Amazon Prime Air now delivering packages by drone in California and Texas

Amazon has begun delivering orders by drone in California and Texas, with the ultimate aim of providing package deliveries to customers’ homes within an hour. The company’s drone delivery service, Amazon Prime Air, has already dropped a small number of packages via drone to customers’ backyards in Lockeford, California, and College Station, Texas. The Federal …
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New York Passes Groundbreaking Right to Repair Law

New York Passes Groundbreaking Right to Repair Law

On December 28, 2022, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Digital Fair Repair Act into law, which will go into effect on July 1, 2023. The act establishes the right of consumers and independent repair providers to obtain manuals, diagrams, diagnostics, and parts from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in order to repair their own …
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