automotiveAmong ideas explored by the 360c concept is how an autonomous car can use light and sound to communicate its intentions to humans (drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians) that it shares the roads with.
technologyIn early May 2018, a California Supreme Court ruled that it is now harder for employers to formally classify their workers as independent contractors rather than employees. The court's opinion in Dynamex v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County could have a profound impact on many tech companies like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, and others that provide on-demand services.
automotiveAlfa Romeo makes a crossover and Ars puts it to the test.
automotiveArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin is at the L.A. Auto Show to take a look of some of the most innovative design and engineering on display.
automotiveArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin takes a look at the new Aston Martin DB11. The new car is the first from Aston Martin's Second Century Plan, and is completely redesigned from the ground up. The 600 horsepower V12 is also one of their most technologically advanced cars to date.
technologyArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin drives the insanely fast Ferrari 488 GTB, which also feels nice to drive on normal roads at normal speeds.
technologyArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin demos level 3 autonomous driving in a Tesla Model S with Bosch technology at a test track in Germany.
technologyArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin test drives the impressive Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, and learns it has a ton of "character". Read the article: https://arstechnica.com/cars/2017/06/if-ferrari-built-an-m3-the-2017-alfa-romeo-giulia-quadrifoglio/
automotiveArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin takes a ride around Washington, DC in "Jack", Audi's prototype A7 piloted driving vehicle. Audi's engineers explain some of Jack's hands-free features. Read the article: http://arstechnica.com/cars/2017/06/jack-the-autonomous-audi-came-to-dc-and-drove-us-around/
technologyArs Technica's automotive editor Jonathan Gitlin talks with 2016 Le Mans winner Joey Hand about the Ford team's plans for the 2017 race, their race strategy, and his own pre-race preparation.
automotiveWith smartphones, TVs, watches, and even homes, it makes sense that our cars are getting smarter too. Let's take a look at how these car computers stack up in the age of the smartphone.
technologyArs Technica's Valentina Palladino attends the "Drones: Is the Sky the Limit?" exhibit at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City, and talks to co-curator Dr. Missy Cummings about her roles in designing the exhibit, her experience as an educator and a US Navy fighter pilot. The exhibit runs from May 10, 2017 through December 3, 2017.
technologyArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Hyundai/Genesis about the design of their new Genesis GV80 concept fuel cell luxury SUV at the 2017 New York Auto Show. Read the article: https://arstechnica.com/cars/2017/04/hydrogen-fuel-cell-suv-is-our-first-look-at-genesis-new-design-language/
technologyArs Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Audi Sport Customer Racing about their new GT4 class R8 LMS at the 2017 New York Auto Show.