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Jim Hackett, CEO of Ford Motor Company, speaks at CES in Las Vegas

Ford wants to wire cities to ease congestion

Ford Motor Co plans to offer cities networks and technology to smooth the flow of goods and people as ride hailing and automated delivery services are making congestion worse, the U.S. automaker's top executives said on Tuesday.

Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota Motor Corporation, announces the...

Toyota unveils self-driving concept vehicle for rides, deliveries

Toyota Motor Corp announced on Monday a self-driving electric concept vehicle that it will tailor for companies to use for tasks like ride hailing and package delivery, underscoring how automakers are no longer simply building cars but also providing services to go with them.

Workers walk through Las Vegas Convention Center lobby as they prepare for...

CES kicks off with no lead women speakers or code of conduct

The technology industry's premier annual gathering kicks off next week with no women leading the keynote sessions and no code of conduct that might prevent incidents of sexual harassment, despite efforts by organizers to cast the show as a more inclusive event.

The Ford logo is seen at their plant in Cuautitlan Izcalli

Ford expands Alexa use, heating up auto personal assistant battle

Ford Motor Co is expanding the use of Amazon.com Inc's Alexa personal assistant in its vehicles to allow drivers to talk to their cars - demanding anything from a nearby cheeseburger to a weather forecast - marking a leap by the Detroit automaker to incorporate a technology initially targeted for home use.

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