First ever San Jose drop: across from where these sea creatures play, a dog pees in the fall. pic.twitter.com/O3IrpfmPbp
Google's driverless car— Hidden Cash (@HiddenCash) May 28, 2014 The cash is left all over the city, and the man behind it all claims that there is no political, religious or business agenda. Google’s driverless carYou can’t have logged on to any social media site this week without seeing a mention of Google’s driverless car. The nippy wee things will have a top speed of 25mph (safety first), no steering wheel (obvs) and two driverless seats. There will be 100 built for testing, but it certainly seems like something that will take a while to get used to when (if) they are eventually released.Mind you, it used to be a widely accepted fact that the world was flat, so who knows where driverless cars will be in the future.
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