Waymo has finally gotten its permit that will allow it to run driverless operations in the San Francisco area. The company already operates its autonomous services in downtown Phoenix.
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Waymo, Alphabet's autonomous taxi cab service, will be starting its fully autonomous rides in San Fransisco - without a safety driver. The service will initially be available for Waymo's own staff.
Waymo is working with Geely to adapt the Zeekr so it can be fully autonomous. Waymo hopes that its ride-hailing customers will be able to hail an autonomous Zeekr in the coming years.
Waymo's CEO John Krafcik has announced that he's stepping down from the position to make way for two co-CEOs. Going forward, he will be an advisor to the new CEOs to help create a smooth transition.
Groupe Renault announced today that it is exploring the possibility of setting up a driverless mobility service in the Île-de-France region in France. The project will be developed jointly with Waymo.
Waymo has announced via e-mail that it plans to begin operating fully self-driving vehicles, without safety drivers, in Phoenix, Arizona in the near future. It's unclear how many vehicles there'll be.
Waymo has joined forces with automotive giants Renault and Nissan to explore the development of driverless mobility services in France and Japan. The goal is to transport people and goods.
Waymo has secured a permit to establish its manufacturing presence in Michigan, where it will select a facility to house its self-driving vehicle production. Work will start over the next few years.
Waymo is expected to kick off its self-driving car service in Phoenix next month, marking the first commercial autonomous fleet in the world to serve the public. It'll also likely have a new brand.
Waymo could be inching closer to the launch of its commercial self-driving taxi service after expanding the early rider program and testing a set of pricing models for the vehicles in Phoenix.
Waymo, Alphabet's autonomous vehicle business, is now operating in Shanghai, China. The firm was registered back on May 22 and it confirmed employees are already working in the city.
Alphabet has reported its Q2 2018 earnings. Despite the massive fine that the EU levied on it earlier this month, things are still looking good for the firm with ad revenues increasing.
The self-driving car technology company has today announced that its cars have driven a total of eight million miles on public roads, with an average of 25,000 miles driven per day.
Uber could go public sometime in 2019 according to its chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi. Others with knowledge on the topic suggest that the firm could go public in the second half of 2019.
Fiat Chrysler will deliver up to 62,000 more Pacifica minivans to Waymo. The two companies are also discussing a potential deal to license Waymo's self-driving tech to FCA's future retail vehicles.
Uber is in talks with Waymo to bring the driverless vehicles onto the ride hailing network, the Uber CEO confirmed. Uber wants to patch up its relationship with Waymo after a legal fight.
Tesla has lost one of its head honchos who was responsible for dealing with federal safety regulators. The loss comes at a sensitive time for the company after March's Model X fatality.
Waymo, Alphabet's subsidiary focused on autonomous vehicles, went on stage today at Google I/O to announce that driverless autonomous cars are on the way, starting in Phoenix, Arizona.
Alphabet's autonomous vehicle maker, Waymo, has announced a new pilot scheme that will see autonomous lorries, with a back up driver, shipping cargo to and from Google's data centres in Atlanta.
Waymo has released a 360-degree video featuring the technology behind its self-driving cars and a virtual ride on the backseat, in a push to convince people of the technology's safety.
Waymo has been approved by the Arizona Department of Transportation to start picking up and dropping off paying riders around the state using its fleet of autonomous Fiat Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
Waymo has inked a deal to purchase thousands of additional Chrysler Pacifica minivans from Fiat Chrysler as part of its self-driving effort, with the units set for delivery by the end of 2018.
A new letter has come to light in the legal battle between Uber and Waymo. As a result of the revelations it contains, the judge presiding over the case trial has delayed its start again.
Earlier this year, Waymo took Uber to court over allegations that the ride-hailing company stole trade secrets, but a newly disclosed letter may lend some credence to a cover-up by the latter.
The journalists were invited to the secret test facility "Castle," where they were driven around, with no driver, in Waymo's Chrysler Pacificas; dodging squirrels, boxes, and a convertible.
The court case was supposed to start in October but Waymo had applied for it to be delayed slightly and moved to December, apparently so that they could compile more evidence for their case.
The words of the AI God will come on tablets of silicon, up from the valley, at least according to the beliefs of a religious group founded by the man at the heart of the Uber Waymo legal dispute.
It has been revealed by a lawyer for Uber that the upper limit that Alphabet's Waymo is seeking from Uber over the stolen trade secrets is $2.6 billion. Waymo is currently seeking to delay the trial.
Waymo and Intel have been working together for some time, but their collaboration is now official and the goal of a car that can continue driving after a request for human intervention is quite clear.
Google's self-driving vehicle division, Waymo, is currently testing its own autonomous trucks. The newly leaked images give us our first look at the alleged self-driving vehicle.
Uber has sacked the VP at the centre of a court case it's fighting with Alphabet which owns the self-driving car firm, Waymo. The firing shows that Uber does believe its employee stole trade secrets.
The ride-hailing company, Lyft, and Waymo have come to a deal to bring about an autonomous ride-hailing service. The two companies hope that they can better compete against Uber with the deal.
Residents of Phoenix, Arizona now have the opportunity to apply for Waymo's early access program which offers free rides in its autonomous vehicles for individuals and the rest of their households.
Alphabet has accused Uber of using stolen technology to develop its own autonomous car project. Alphabet's Waymo claims former executive, Levandowski, stole trade secrets in excess of 14,000 files.
It has been revealed that members of Google's self-driving project had a special pay system that enabled them to secure huge payments over the years and leave the company. to pursue new ventures.
Waymo unveiled its new driverless cars at the end of last year, saying they'd hit roads sometime in 2017. The company is now launching the new vehicles on public roads before the end of the month.
A division of Google's Alphabet, known as Waymo, has unveiled its latest self-driving car. Having teamed up with Chrysler in May, the vehicle is expected to be ready for road use by early 2017.
Alphabet now has a new company, Waymo. It has been created to continue work on Alphabet's attempts to develop autonomous vehicles. For now, the company seems to just be focusing on software.