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Toyota to test self-driving, talking cars by about 2020

Toyota Motor Corp on Monday said it would begin testing self-driving electric cars around 2020, which will use artificial intelligence (AI) to engage with drivers, as the company competes with tech firms to develop new vehicles.

Formula E virtual race ends in controversy

Dutch SIM racer Bono Huis collected a $200,000 jackpot, the biggest prize in eSports racing history, after winning the first virtual race between drivers from the Formula E electric series and gamers in Las Vegas.

Xiaomi says shrinking smartphone sales won't hit the company

Sharp drops in smartphone sales for China's Xiaomi Inc [XTC.UL] will not have a major impact on the company as profit growth will be driven by sales from smart home devices as well as revenue from its software eco-system, a senior executive said.

China's LeEco unveils a car, but cannot make it drive

(This version of the October 19 story corrects the headline and first paragraph to show the car was delivered too late to drive down the runway; corrects name of car in paragraphs 5, 7 and 8 to LeSEE Pro instead of LeSEE; corrects paragraphs 5 and 7 to add context about why car did not drive on runway; corrects paragraph 8 to show the company unveiled its first prototype of the car in Beijing and the LeSEE prototype was the latest version)

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Trump keeping options open as Republican feud rages

WASHINGTON Like the deal-maker he says he is, U.S. President Donald Trump appears to be keeping his options open as his Republican Party threatens to erupt into full-scale war. | Video