Silent Selection: Apple hires ex-Lamborghini R&D head

Toronto, Ontario – According to an anonymous source interviewed by Bloomberg, Apple has hired a 20-year Lamborghini design veteran into its driverless electric vehicle program. Luigi Taraborrelli has nearly two dozen projects under his belt from Lamborghini, with experience in vehicle design, steering, handling and chassis development, among others things. According to the unnamed source […]

Marked for Theft: Apple AirTags used in multiple Toronto car thefts

Toronto Ontario — Car theft is on the rise, and tracking devices are making it easier for thieves to drive off with your vehicle. Over the past year, car theft has steadily risen by more than 50 percent. While the use of AirTags is far from the norm, these devices have been linked to a […]

Dashboard Blinders: Next-gen Apple CarPlay announced, safety concerns remain

San Jose, California – During today’s showcase at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showcased its next generation CarPlay system. While modern versions have a single touchscreen in the center channel for functions like GPS and radio, the CarPlay of the future extends this screen into the glovebox exterior and instrument panels for speed, gas and […]

Tuesday Ticker: November 23, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— This week, Ford and Rivian officially scrap plans to work together; news of potential release dates flurry around Apple’s rumoured EV project and AutoCanada grabs the eyes of market analysts with its latest acquisition. Ford and Rivian announce breakup In 2019, Ford invested a hefty sum of US$500 million in Rivian, later […]

Tuesday Ticker: November 16, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— In this week’s Tuesday Ticker, Apple hires a former Tesla engineer for its rumoured EV project and Rivian raises US$12 billion in its initial public offering (IPO). Christopher Moore bites the Apple Apple has reportedly hired Tesla’s Autopilot software engineer to work on its rumoured electric vehicle project, Bloomberg reported last week. […]

Tuesday Ticker: September 7, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— This week, Tesla admits to Cybertruck delays, Apple continues its search for an OEM partner in Asia and Uber implements a benefits program following a long-winded debate with its independently contracted workers. Parts delays, or lost in space? Tesla’s Cybertruck debut has fallen about a year behind schedule and won’t start production […]