Apple has laid off 200 people from its autonomous car effort, dubbed Project Titan. The post Apple Lays Off 200+ People From Project Titan, Its Self-Driving Car Effort appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It didn’t fly for long, but it’s still a step in the right direction. Maybe we’ll get those flying cars yet. The post Boeing Tests Autonomous Flying Taxi appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Apple Inc has dismissed more than 200 employees from its autonomous vehicle group, Project Titan, CNBC reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Germany’s top carmakers including BMW and Volkswagen are looking at ways to speed up development of the next generation of self-driving cars, possibly by even working together, as tech giant Google forges ahead with plans to mass produce such vehicles.
InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Tesla faces a host of new competitors, in all-electric and driverless cars, which could adversely affect TSLA stock. The post Competition Is Closing In on Tesla and TSLA Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Global automobile and auto parts makers which want to capitalize on electric and autonomous vehicles need to cut back investments and forge more partnerships instead, the chief executive of global parts supplier Magna International said Tuesday.
Most of the attention around autonomous vehicles has been focused on high profile Level 5 auto projects. 2018 was a terrible year for many of those, but now the spotlight has shifted to other, perhaps less ambitious, but more practical projects. The post The Self-Driving Industry Is Finally Becoming More Realistic appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Volkswagen AG said on Wednesday it had hired an executive from Apple as a director responsible for technical development at its commercial vehicles division.
Volkswagen AG has poached an executive from Apple to become the director responsible for technical development at its commercial vehicles division, Manager Magazin reported on Wednesday.
German luxury carmaker Daimler will invest 500 million euros ($573 million) in the coming years to develop highly autonomous trucks, it said on Monday, a move that will create more than 200 jobs.