Would you ride in a fully autonomous taxi?
Anthony Levandowski is out of another job and faces a barrage of 33 charges
Self-driving cars are about to get a lot smarter very fast
A big step for the Google subsidiary
Waymo puts former Anki employees to work
The partnership will provide a valuable opportunity to collect feedback
Would you take a ride in a self-driving taxi?
A significant milestone for the self-driving car industry
Waymo says its autonomous car tech wasn't at fault
Waymo credits heavy investment in simulation for its real-world achievement
The service could launch later this year
Waymo wants to help you pick up your groceries
Waymo's self-driving car fleet has racked up 8 million miles in total driving distance on public roads
Waymo's total driving miles have doubled since November
And without any safety drivers
The vehicles will haul cargo to Google's data centers
The surprise ending came on day five of legal proceedings
The taxi service will be coming to Phoenix this year
Over half of Lyft customers say they use their own cars less often
Anthony Levandowski was allegedly buying trade secrets from other self-driving tech companies like Tesla
Uber allegedly trained employees to "impede, obstruct, or influence" ongoing legal investigations
Waymo hopes this decision will allow "passengers to stay passengers"
Waymo cars automatically pull over for sirens
The rental car firm will service and store Waymo's Chrysler Pacificas