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Google's Self Driving Car Crashes 244

Posted by timothy
from the had-to-happen-one-day dept.
datapharmer writes "We've all read previous stories on slashdot about Google's driverless car, and some have even pondered if a crash would bring the end to robotic cars. For better or for worse, we will all find out soon, as the inevitable has occurred. The question remains, who is to blame. A Google spokesperson told Business Insider that 'Safety is our top priority. One of our goals is to prevent fender-benders like this one, which occurred while a person was manually driving the car.'"

Comment: Bootloader (Score 1) 138

by skjaidev (#36806954) Attached to: How To Jailbreak and Upgrade Old Android Phones

So he rooted and installed cyanogen? And he wrote a technically inaccurate article about it? Wow!

This is just a sampler -

        Another addition -- that, again, isn't immediately visible -- is a new bootloader. This
        lets you perform all sorts of low-level functions with the phone: wipe the user data,
        back up the currently installed version of Android, or install a modified version of
        Android

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