SAN FRANCISCO: Apple has revealed it is investing heavily in autonomous vehicles in a letter asking the government to make it easier to develop self-driving cars. The company is "excited about the potential of automated systems in many areas, including ...
Apple Inc is wading in to the debate over regulation of self-driving cars, declaring it is excited about the potential for automated transportation and calling on U.S. regulators not to restrict testing of such vehicles. A five-page letter from Steve Kenner, Apple's director of product integrity, to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is the company's most comprehensive statement yet about its interest in self-driving vehicle technology.
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Stephen Hackett has posted a video look at the 'Designed by Apple in California' book that is accompanied by actual products. The hardbound book was unveiled by Apple last month and chronicles 20 years of Apple’s design, expressed through 450 photographs of past and current Apple products. It's been mocked for its high $199/$299 price point. Apple's new coffee table book "Designed by Apple in California" features many products the company has produced over the last 20 years
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In an open letter, Apple encouraged the government to level the autonomous car playing field between 'new entrants' and 'established manufacturers' – in a way that would allow Apple to continue its own secretive research and development.