Wayne Cunningham, Uber Engineering

Wayne Cunningham

Uber Engineering

San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • CNET

Past articles by Wayne:

What Every Engineer Should Know About Open Source Software Licenses and IP

Uber's attorneys explain the intricacies of different types of open source software licenses and intellectual property. → Read More

Bose demonstrates noise-free phone calls from car cabins

Audio company Bose used CES to show its ClearVoice technology, which keeps background noise out of phone calls. → Read More

Visteon puts cutting-edge displays in cars at CES 2018

The automotive electronics maker gave a sneak peek to how our cars might look in the future with its dashboard displays. → Read More

Fisker EMotion electric car builds on many lessons learned

Henrik Fisker has a troubled past with his previous company, Fisker Automotive. Can his new electric car redeem his reputation? → Read More

Want radio with Apple CarPlay? Gracenote has an app for that

Apple CarPlay's lack of support for radio spurred digital media indexer Gracenote to find a solution, on display at CES 2018. → Read More

Byton electric concept car: Deep dive on the details

When Byton unveiled its concept car at CES, it was light on details, so we talked to its drivetrain and electronics engineers to get all the facts. → Read More

Your headlights are about to get much smarter

At CES 2018, Texas Instruments showed how its DLP chip lets headlights dynamically change and project information on the road. → Read More

Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote

This $40 streaming video player is the size of a USB stick yet delivers thousands of apps and games as well as access Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant, via your... - Page 14 → Read More

Navya's Cab could be your first self-driving car experience

At CES 2018, Navya demonstrated its Autonom Cab, which for most people will probably be their first time in an autonomous car. → Read More

Navya readies robo-taxi for public rides at CES 2018

At CES 2018, Navya demonstrated its Autonom Cab, which for most people will probably be their first time in an autonomous car. → Read More

Ford bets big on cellular vehicle communication at CES 2018

Ford, with partner Qualcomm, will equip its cars with cellular vehicle-to-everything technology, increasing safety by letting cars talk to each other. → Read More

Two million cars will map roads for Intel in 2018

Through cameras already installed in production cars, Intel will build highly detailed maps of roads around the world. → Read More

Kia Niro EV concept: More than just an electric car

At CES 2018, Kia showed off the Niro EV concept, an fully electric version of its Niro model, boasting a new generation of advanced safety systems. → Read More

Harman concept dashboard makes cars more helpful, visual

With an abundance of OLED and QLED screens, not to mention a dealer's choice of virtual assistants, Harman aims to make cars much more helpful. → Read More

Harman concept puts a video screen in your car's roof

For CES 2018, Harman brings a new concept for in-car entertainment, replacing the moon- or sun-roof with its MoodRoof video screen. → Read More

Next-gen VWs to get Nvidia-powered AI at CES 2018

At CES 2018, Volkswagen and Nvidia announce a tech partnership that will let future cars recognize drivers and respond to their needs. → Read More

Torc car drives itself as well as any human at CES 2018

A drive through Las Vegas in Torc Robotic's self-driving car shows that the technology may be ready for the public. → Read More

Byton's CES concept car looks destined for the high-tech road

Combining all of the next decade's hot technologies, the new car introduced by startup Byton looks like something we will eventually drive. → Read More

Watch Nvidia's CES 2018 press conference Sunday at 8 p.m. PT

Nvidia's founder and CEO delivers the first major press conference of 2018's biggest electronics show. → Read More

LG breaks further into automotive with new camera system

LG, known for home appliances and TVs, comes up with an new driver-assistance system to mitigate or prevent car crashes. → Read More