Inside the Abrupt End of Silicon Valley’s Biggest Trial

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As onetime Uber chief Travis Kalanick prepared to take the stand this week in a courtroom duel that’s gripped Silicon Valley, Waymo lawyer Kevin Vosen privately made a late settlement offer: Would the ride-hailing startup remunerate $500 million in stock and give an outside observer revaluation its autonomous-vehicle software? Only days later, Waymo admitted half […]

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A Driverless Future Threatens the Laws of Real Estate

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The is connected with asset and transportation has been perhaps “the worlds largest” durable in human history. Since the archaics, few things have extradited higher land values with more certainty than advances in tote, from superhighways to canals, railways to highways. It’s still” a no-brainer” in the 21 st century, says Bridget Buxton. She bought […]

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Silicon Valleys New Religion Is About As Serious As Youd Think

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It’s almost decision time in the corporate humor of missteps between Uber and Google’s parent company, Alphabet. For 10 months, they’ve frequently perplexed each other in a fight over self-driving automobile engineering. Alphabet says that a key former designer, Anthony Levandowski, made trade secret from Alphabet to Uber as part of a $700 million buy. […]

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How Electric Cars Can Create the Biggest Disruption Since the iPhone

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It’s been 10 years since Tesla Inc.and its antagonists could be turbo charged by complementary services from Uber Engineering Inc. and Nokia Oyj. The culmination of these technologies — autonomous electric cars available on request — could transform how people wandering and perplex predictions that battery-powered vehicles will have a limited impact on lubricant requisition […]

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