After a spate of accidents and death, one might assume Tesla would take things more cautiously with its next iteration of autonomous technology. Instead, Tesla introduced its Autopilot 2.0 hardware with the promise that all the cars it...
Consumer activists have called on the company to disable the autopilot feature until it is updated to detect whether the driver's hands are on the steering wheel during operation -- as the company says should be the case.
The FAA, the CPSC and the airline itself could not confirm that the phone in question was a new Note 7, but the owner did — and that could be another blow to Samsung’s hopes to surpass Apple as the market leader.
As the company with the biggest exposure to air-bag recalls and the deaths and injuries caused by the faulty devices, Honda has the most to lose in negotiating the cost-sharing needed to find suitors for Takata.