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Tesla’s Electric Truck Is ComingAnd So Are Everyone Else’s

On Thursday, Elon Musk will unveil Tesla's latest creation: a semi truck. Not as sexy as an affordable electric car, perhaps, but an electric truck will have more impact on Musk's larger mission, which is to make the world's transportation infrastructure more sustainable.It sounds ludicrous at first. Tesla may have

Tesla unveils its Semi truck: Here’s how to watch

Tesla will finally switch on those lights and show us its big rig tonight.Image: teslaTesla will finally show off its new semi-truck design tonight, so you should probably tune in to see exactly what Elon Musk & Co. has in store with its first stab at an all-electric, heavy-duty

Self-Driving Shuttle Buses Might Be the Future of Transportation

In America, the age of autonomous shuttles began with a crunch. A minor crunch, really, according to the people running the autonomous shuttle in question. On Wednesday, the multinational transportation company Keolis, French manufacturer Navya, and AAA launched the small driverless vehicle in Las Vegas. The electric vehicle had an

Uber says it will bring flying taxis to Los Angeles by 2020

Image: UberUber is about to take off.  The ride-sharing company made a number of announcements at the Web Summit conference in Lisbon, including an agreement with NASA to lay down the groundwork for a self-driving aerial vehicle taxi service. Uber also shared a video that shows how the experience

Elon Musk met with Turkey’s authoritarian president

What's happening in Turkey, Elon?Image: MORGAN SETTE/EPA-EFE/REX/ShutterstockUPDATE: Nov. 8, 2017, 1:16 p.m. EST Reuters reports that Elon Musk and Turkish President Erdogan met to explore potential "cooperation" between Tesla, SpaceX, and Turkish companies. The two discussed Turkey's plans to launch satellites in 2020 and 2021, according to Erdogan's spokesman

Twitter Blames Deactivated Trump Account on Exiting Employee

The fact that U.S. President report from The New York Times, which didn’t cite its sources.“We have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day,” the company tweeted, after citing inadvertent “human error” in an earlier post. Twitter said