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Uber driver: company isn’t paying the full 80% of a fare...

Enlarge / A sticker with the Uber logo is displayed in the window of a car on June 12, 2014 in San Francisco, California....

Toyota and Shell could build 7 hydrogen refueling stations in California

Enlarge (credit: Shell) Toyota and Shell will likely build seven hydrogen refueling stations around California if the state’s Energy Commission approves a proposed...

Subprime auto lender facing FTC inquiry over GPS-tracking kill switches

Enlarge (credit: jon collier) The Federal Trade Commission is investigating an auto lender that often requires subprime borrowers to have so-called GPS starter-interrupter...

Europe’s Largest Online Car Ad Portal Chooses Catchpoint to help offer...

London, 20th February 2017 - Catchpoint, a leading provider of digital performance analytics, today announced that Europe's largest online automotive ad portal, AutoScout24, which...

Beeps, roots and leaves: Car-controlling Android apps create theft risk

Haven't named and shamed car-makers though Insecure car-controlling Android apps create a heightened car theft risk, security researchers at Kaspersky Lab warn.…

Connected car in the second-hand lot? Don’t buy it if you’re...

The first owner might still have access.And the second.And so on Cars are smart enough to remember an owner, but not smart enough to...

GM, Lyft could deploy “thousands” of autonomous Bolts in 2018

An array of Bolt EVs (credit: Martin Klimek for Chevrolet) On Friday afternoon, Reuters reported that two sources familiar with GM’s plans said the automaker...

YouTube killing its most annoying ad format: The 30-second unskippable

(credit: Flickr: Rego Korosi ) If you watch any amount of videos on YouTube, you're probably accustomed to waiting five seconds before hitting...

Researchers discover security problems under the hood of automobile apps

Enlarge / Some connected car apps may be like leaving owners' keys on the dash for malware to steal. In a presentation...