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Consumer Reports called on Tesla Motors to deactivate its partial self-driving system, which it dubs Autopilot, after a deadly accident -- even though it previously lauded the feature. The magazine said Thursday that electric-vehicle maker Tesla should block its Autopilot steering technology, overhaul it and rebrand it. Comment?
A deadly crash involving a Tesla Motors sedan that had its automated steering function engaged has thrust the Silicon Valley automaker's actions into the spotlight over whether it promptly disclosed the matter to federal regulators and investors. The company said it had informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on May 16 about the May 7 accident that killed Ohio resident Joshua Brown. Comment?
Tesla Motors delivered significantly fewer electric cars than anticipated in the second quarter as it fell short of production targets and churned out a flurry of vehicles in the last four weeks. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company said Sunday it delivered 14,370 vehicles during the quarter, including 9,745 of its Model S and 4,625 of its Model X, about 15% fewer than the 17,000 predicted in May. The company sharply ramped up production, cranking out 18,345 vehicles from April to June, 20% more than in the first quarter. Comment?
Bernie Sanders speaks during a panel with Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders in Palo Alto, Calif., on June 1, 2016. Bernie Sanders speaks during a panel with Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders in Palo Alto, Calif., on June 1, 2016. Comment?
A person posted dash-cam video, claiming an Audi service tech in Palo Alto, California turned a test ride into a joyride, racing at high speeds, and possibly even taking drugs in the car, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy. According to the GPS information embedded in dash-cam video, the driver raced down a street at speeds reaching 53 miles per hour, in what seemed like a scene out of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," where garage workers hit the streets of Chicago in a borrowed Ferrari. Comment?
Could losing weight ever be as easy as swallowing a pill? Preliminary research suggests the answer may very well be yes. Experimental weight-loss device you swallow like a pill Could losing weight ever be as easy as swallowing a pill? Preliminary research suggests the answer may very well be yes. Comment?
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