Topic: autonomous cars

Report: Apple is building a self-driving car

Apple is the latest company to jump on the self-driving bandwagon. Rumors have been circulating about Apple’s self-driving electric car, codenamed Project Titan, but according to documents obtained by The Guardian, the company is a lot further along in its development than expected. There still aren’t any specific details about Project Titan, but The Guardian … continue reading

Mcity opens for autonomous vehicles, Google’s Application Defect Credentials feature, and Visual F# 4.0 hits RTM—SD Times news digest: July 21, 2015

The University of Michigan is joining the autonomous car movement. The university has opened Mcity, a controlled environment designed to test connected and driverless cars. “We believe that this transformation to connected and automated mobility will be a game-changer for safety, for efficiency, for energy and for accessibility,” said Peter Sweatman, director of the University … continue reading

Windows 10 almost finalized, OpenSSL’s security fix, and Google’s self-driving cars in Texas—SD Times news digest: July 7, 2015

Microsoft is putting the finishing touches on Windows 10, and plans to wrap it up by this week, the Verge reports. According to the Verge, sources say that a release to manufacturing (RTM) build could be released this week. While Microsoft is working on its final copies of the operating system, Terry Myerson, the company’s … continue reading

Google’s newest self-driving vehicles hit the road, Rust 1.1 and Rust 1.2 beta, and Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 mobile build—SD Times news digest: June 26, 2015

Google’s new prototypes of its autonomous vehicles have hit the road in Mountain View, Calif. The latest prototypes are designed to be fully self-driving, working without a steering wheel or pedals. During the testing process, safety drivers will be on board and will have the ability to take control of the car if needed. In … continue reading

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California DMV provides insights into autonomous car accidents

The California Department of Motor Vehicles has been keeping track of self-driving car accident. Previously it wouldn’t disclose details about accidents because of state laws that protected collision reports. But the Associated Press argued that it was inappropriately withholding information, and that citizens should have a right to know about the future of this technology. … continue reading

Alive coding extension for Visual Studio, problems with Google’s self-driving cars, and Verizon buys AOL for $4.4 billion—SD Times news digest: May 12, 2015

Code Connect, a Microsoft developer tooling startup, has announced Alive, a live coding extension for Visual Studio 2013 and 2015. It provides immediate code feedback to developers with an immediate watch window directly inline with the code, accessible during design without launching the application. The extension currently supports only C# and .NET framework 4.5, as … continue reading

Google’s self-driving car, Microsoft Azure Media Services live streaming, and Apple’s first automatic security update—SD Times news digest: Dec. 23, 2014

Google has unveiled the first prototype of its self-driving vehicle. The vehicle was first revealed in May, but the car Google presented was just a mockup without headlights. “Since then, we’ve been working on different prototypes-of-prototypes, each designed to test different systems of a self-driving car—for example, the typical ‘car’ parts like steering and braking, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 11, 2014—Twitter Flight, Code Studio, and Google’s self-driving car

Twitter’s first mobile developer conference Twitter has announced a new developer conference with a focus on mobile. Twitter Flight will take place on Oct. 22 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, and will feature a keynote from CEO Dick Costolo as well as a series of technical sessions. “Flight is a gathering … continue reading

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