Toyota investing more than $2.8 billion in software
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Hands-free driving

Toyota is investing more than $2.8 billion to develop automated driving software.

Toyota will release solid state battery
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Ready for electric cars

Toyota is in production engineering for a solid state battery, which uses a solid electrolyte instead of the conventional semi-liquid version used in today's lithium-ion batteries.

Would you trust windows in your Microsoft cars?
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Cortana, Office365, Skype, and Azure cloud integration in the car

Microsoft said that it will begin licensing some of its intellectual property (IP) for internet-connected automobiles in an effort to usher in a new wave of real-time communications, roadside assistance, infotainment services, and self-driving features for consumers over the next few years.

Driverless taxis will lead self driving surge
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I had that Bill Gates in the back of my taxi once

A report said that millions of professional drivers will lose their jobs as self driving vehicles make their debut.

Toyota claims to have tamed lithium-ion batteries
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Safer and less likely to explode

Engineers at Toyota Motor claim they have tamed the volatile lithium-ion battery and can now enter the all-electric car market.

LG scores Toyota deal
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Good news away from the smartphone bear pit

LG has signed a deal with Toyota  to supply telematics components for Toyota's upcoming connected vehicles. The deal is good news for LG which needs to step back a bit from smartphones.

Lexus creates hover board
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It could freeze your Nikes

Lexus has created the functioning hoverboard from Back the Future – sort of.

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