Waymo is bringing a fleet of self-driving EVs to Austin to conduct tests of its driverless technology. The company is testing its new fifth-generation autonomous Jaguar SUVs all over the city, as an homage to the company’s first foray into driverless technology back in 2015. Waymo already offers self-driving taxi services in San Francisco and Phoenix.
GM is dropping Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in upcoming EVs in favor of Android Automotive.
Artie is gearing up to shake up the games industry with another option, bringing high-end games back to the browser. The advantages are obvious: No apps to download, and you can launch straight into a game from a link-in-bio, whether from TikTok, Instagram or, well, wherever you can find links. “We realized that with 5G, device maturity and the GPUs we could access through the browser, you don’t actually need to download a game to run a high-quality game anymore,” explains Ryan Horrigan, Artie’s co-founder and CEO, in an interview with TechCrunch.