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Patent Reveals Details Of “Google Chauffeur” Driverless Tech

Posted on September 16, 2015

The news about Google’s self-driving cars just keeps coming now with a patent application being published which gives us an abundance of insight into one of their cars.  Previously Sarah Hunter, the Head of Public Policy for Google X told the California Public Utilities Commission about the ramped up production of the cars.  Hunter teased slightly about the buttons and other accessories that would be in the cars but now we get to hear more from Google about how this all works. 

Full story at www.androidheadlines.com.

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, Google, new vehicles, vehicle technology

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