When you buy a Chillblast PC or laptop, you can rely on the fact that our excellent built-in cameras are fit for purpose. Unlike certain autonomous cars, which are experiencing exactly the same problems as humans when it comes to obeying traffic lights. Their cameras keep breaking the law. The self-driving taxi firm NuTonomy admits that its robot taxi fleet in Singapore is finding it difficult to interpret the status of road signals because of solar glare, in a good way of course. If the sun gets in the taxi camera’s eye and the software can’t interpret a green light, then the default is for the onboard computer to command the vehicle to stop and wait. Presumably for sunset. The other default is to keep the car doors shut as a safety measure against passengers getting fed up and leaving the vehicle without paying. NuTonomy says it will improve its software and add glare shields to the cameras, but it seems that the only cure at the moment is to call on a human driver to take over and deliver the imprisoned passengers to their destination. Best stick to a Chillblast PC to enjoy a brilliant virtual driving experience.