Accuses the electric-car company of overhyping its products
AI-powered robots are still going to kill us, though, according to Musk
Apple has published research detailing a new self-driving car approach
Intel wants to get inside your car, despite missing out on mobile
Zip round the Olympic Park at a speed of, err, 5mph
Wirelessly-controlled self-driving lorries will be driven close together to improve efficiency
Three wirelessly controlled lorries autonomously driven close to each other. What could possibly go wrong?
Massive miner Rio Tinto claims 20 per cent of pit-to-port train kilometres in Australia are now driverless
Rio Tinto today, TfL tomorrow?
Rio Tinto has probably been working on autonomous vehicles for longer than Google or Apple