Waymo wants Driver to be usable in any sort of vehicle, Zoox says its vehicle is “truly revolutionary”…like the iPhone.

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The self-driving vehicle holds a commanding lead on its rivals—but perhaps not for long.

So, is it possible Waymo will not be the Facebook/Amazon/Uber of its category?

Alphabet’s self-driving division was the first out of the gate in 2010 and has retained pole position ever since.

What’s more likely, transhumanism or light-speed travel?

The launch of new TV streaming services will not lead to higher levels of media consumption, regardless of the aspirations of these newly formed platforms.

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The failure of the Toronto Quayside project makes you wonder if Alphabet is the right vessel for urban city improvements.


Analyst at Business of Apps. Previously RT Insights, Digital Trends, ReadWrite. Studied journalism at Lincoln uni, currently pursuing a Masters at Leeds uni.

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