Anthony Levandowski, the former head of Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group, was ordered to pay $179 million to settle a dispute with Google over stolen trade secrets, according to a court order on Wednesday.
FutureCar Staff 2020-03-04 16:55 PT
The saga between Uber and Waymo over the theft of trade secrets continues on. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed criminal charges accusing former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski for stealing trade secrets from the company’s self-driving car subsidiary Waymo and taking them to rival Uber Technologies Inc.
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Uber announced today it is shutting down it operations for the development of self-driving trucks. Instead the ride-hailing company will focus its efforts on self-driving cars.
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Anthony Levandowski, the former Google self-driving car engineer accused of stealing trade secrets related to lidar technology is getting his day in court. Levandowski was a former technical lead at Google, where he oversaw the development of Google first self-driving car before leaving to start autonomous trucking company Otto.
Jeremy Carlton2018-04-30 17:22 PT
A Uber investor has filed a lawsuit against the ride-hailing company for failing to properly review company’s $680 million acquisition of a self-driving technology firm that wound up being accused of stealing trade secrets from Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Alphabet Inc.
Eric Walz2017-12-14 14:42 PT
Uber Freight will expand to Arizona, California, Georgia, North and South Carolina and into the Midwest-Chicago area over the next few months after a successful test run in Texas that first began in May.
Eric Walz2017-08-07 17:31 PT
Silicon Valley based Peloton Technology, which recently announced the closing of a $60 million Series B funding round in April, has been the leader in developing this technology, working with Volvo and several fleets, including a test with C.R. England, to showcase platooning technology. The company hopes to have trucks on the road this year using its technology.
Eric Walz2017-06-12 17:33 PT
As the legal battle escalates between Waymo and Uber over the alleged theft of intellectual property, one of the individuals accused of stealing it has stepped down from his current role at Uber.
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