Engineers at work in Robert Bosch’s new €310 million R&D centre at Renningen in Germany

“A completely new work environment for creative minds” is how the world’s largest automotive supply company, Robert Bosch, describes its new €310 mill(...)

Look, ma,  no hands: A self-driving Toyota Lexus on busy Tokyo streets – it’s unnerving at first. Photograph: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP

Automakers, not technology companies, are in the driver’s seat in developing self-driving, “autonomous” cars, and Toyota is best positioned to lead th(...)

Elon Musk: he expects the lack of clear regulations covering self-driving cars could delay their introduction until 2022 or 2023

Google has begun discussions with most of the world’s top auto-makers and has assembled a team of traditional and non-traditional suppliers to speed e(...)

The BMW i5 seems to be winning the race to put ‘hydrogen’ cars into commercial production

After pushing electric power in the i3 and hybrid urge in the i8, expect BMW’s next “i” model to be hydrogen-powered.Germany’s carmakers are locked in(...)

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its cutting-edge chip which it claims is 20 times more efficient than its predecessor

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its cutting-edge chip which it claims is 20 times mor(...)

Sean Mitchell and David Moloney, founders of Movidius. The company has announced the second generation of its chip which it claims has twenty times more efficient than its predecessor.

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its chip which it claims has twenty times more effici(...)

Movidius, a cutting-edge Dublin chip designer, has teamed up with Google to bring visual (...)