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Google says its self-driving cars would be US built


Google Inc., the US technology giant that just announced its own design for a future autonomous car has also disclosed the prototypes could be built in metro Detroit. According to the company, which has so far put its self-driving technology on top of standard built cars from automakers, mainly Toyota Prius and Lexus SUVs, has now moved to announce that until ...
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Musk: Tesla talked to Apple; will be first to deliver autonomous driving
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Nissan wants to offer self-driving cars by 2020
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Nevada Offers First License for Google Self-Driving Car
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Google’s Self-Driving Car Tested by Blind Man in California
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