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Auto, Technology Industries Clash Over Talking CarsCars that wirelessly talk to each other are finally ready for the road, but there's a big catch.
GM Set To Announce Investment At Indiana FactoryMarion city officials say that GM will be spending more than $80 million over the next decade on new equipment, which will help retain jobs at the factory.
Ford CEO Promises Self-Driving Cars On The Road By 2021"The next decade will be defined by automation of the automobile," Mark Field said.
Ford To Receive Federal Funding For Fuel Cell ResearchIt's all about reducing the country's dependence on foreign oil, and cutting harmful carbon emissions.
Judge Lets VW Test Program To Scrap Cheating Diesel VehiclesIn June, VW agreed to spend as much as $15 billion to settle lawsuits and complaints.
Toyota Recalls Older Models With Recurring Suspension IssuesToyota Motor Corp. is recalling 337,000 vehicles for a third time.
Police: Laptop Used To Reprogram, Steal More Than 100 CarsAuthorities say the pair focused on new Jeep and Dodge vehicles, which attract big money on the black market in Mexico.
Tesla Loss Grows As It Falls Short Of Sales Goals"Basically, we were in production hell for the first six months of this year," said Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Parts Maker ZF Recalling 505K Transmission Control SensorsZF says the sensors can make some transmissions shift into neutral without warning.
Newfoundland Death Triggers Air Bag Probes In U.S, CanadaAuto safety investigators in two countries have a new air bag problem to deal with.

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