Google gave us an update on its driverless car project Tuesday, posting video and images of people trying out its self-driving car. The tech company built three prototypes from scratch, creating compact cars that look like they’re on an extreme no-options diet. For now, their top speed is 25 mph.
Read original article – Published May 28, 2014 7:58 AM ET
Google’s New Car Lacks A Steering Wheel (And Brakes)
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- Gov. Bill Walker announced an additional $10 million cut to the University of Alaska.
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