I love where this is going.
Personally, I still think that LIDAR is inherently superior to video cameras for this task
I think that Tesla's approach of combining RADAR and cameras is both technically superior and less expensive than LIDAR. RADAR can work in many weather situations that render LIDAR useless. And RADAR's ability to bounce off the road surface allows the vehicle to see past the car directly in front of it.
I went on Chevy's website, and configured a Bolt exactly the way I want it. I got all the way to the end... and there was no "BUY" button! WTF? How are they able to sell these when they forgot to even put a BUY button on their website?
Also, its not it's
But, it's not its. It's it's.
Google needs to start working with vendors in the markets that use these lower end phones to make secure and reliable hardware. If there are a couple vendors making reliable phones for the ultra low end, with Googles official support and endorsement, it could go a long way in killing the market for these sorts of devices and win them a lot of favor in places where they might not be so highly regarded.
Google created Android One as an attempt to do exactly this. But people who sell phones that are subsidized by malware creators are able to sell those phones for even less. Go figure.
The states have now been gerrymandered. Oh dear, that was funny.
Silly America. One day they'll learn
Friday a group of protesters picketed Amazon's warehouse in Dunfermline, Scotland
How did all of those silly Americans get to Scotland?
... and then go on to build a base on the Moon - and dare we hope, on to Mars? They have taken the lead, simple as that, and the rest of the world will follow.
They're slightly ahead of SpaceX in the heavy-launch department, but they're behind in reusability and cost. As long as Musk doesn't meet an early demise, I believe that SpaceX will easily win the race to Mars.
It's a great phone (especially with Marshmallow), but it's limited by only being able to have one cellular radio active at a time.
That's only an issue on CDMA networks (Sprint/Verizon). You can surf and talk simultaneously just fine on T-Mobile and AT&T.
The decision doesn't have to be logical; it was unanimous.