Christopher Moore, former Tesla Autopilot software director, has been hired by Apple in order to accelerate efforts of Apple's not-so-secret self-driving car plans codenamed Project Titan.
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Apple reportedly wants to launch its self-driving cars under Project Titan in 2024. However, several of the company's top executives have left it recently which may really hamper such plans.
Apple has reportedly laid off more than 200 employees within its secretive autonomous vehicle group in what appears to be another scaling back of the company's self-driving car efforts.
Project Titan proposed a whole range of mad new ideas in car design, it was going to make Apple into the new Detroit of car-making, but Apple appears to be refocusing on smaller projects now.
Tim Cook, in an interview with Bloomberg, gave the first confirmation that the company is indeed working on self-driving car systems. He also implied a major disruption to that industry is happening.
A new reporting looking at Apple's R&D spending points towards large sums of money being diverted to the rumored Apple Car. Analysts also believe Apple will adopt a ride-sharing revenue model.
Following in the footsteps of Elon Musk, Ford CEO Mark Fields believes Apple is working on a car which is expected to be electric powered and self-driving. The Apple car is expected in 2019.
Rumors that Apple is developing a car have been swirling for some time, but the company is now said to be tripling the size of its development team, as it aims to meet its target 'ship date' of 2019.
Apple's self-driving car appears to be moving right along, with a new report claiming that the company is seeking a secret location to test their ongoing automotive development efforts.
Apple is reportedly working on a car project, codenamed Titan. And ever since this came to light months ago, the company has continued to hire top talent from the US and Europe.
In a new video interview, Blizzard's Rob Pardo claims that the company's mysterious next MMO, known as "Project Titan" now has over 100 team members working on the game.
A job listing on Blizzard's web site suggests that the next MMO project from the World of Warcraft creators will have some kind of support for in-game product placements.
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