The news comes less than a month after Andrew Levandowski, the Uber engineer and former Google employee at the heart of Waymo's suit, stepped down from his position as the head of the company's self-driving technology division. Levandowski recently stepped aside as the head of Uber's self-driving auto program, though he remains with the company. On Thursday, Alsup said Levandowski's stonewalling has "obstructed" the case.
NASA is providing live coverage of the spacewalk over at NASA TV . Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer did some maintenance on the ISS, including work on an adapter for a new worldwide docking port for commercial crew spacecraft. Today, the $100 billion orbiting lab is roughly the size of a football field and a symbol of global cooperation among the 15 nations that have helped build and operate it.
NY [U.S.], May 13: NASA will be launching its Space Launch System in 2019, but has ruled out putting a crew on board. The pushback to 2019 was not unexpected - there had already been grumblings that indicated there was no way NASA would meet its original 2018 launch date .
However, as former Twitter Inc. employee Jim Prosser pointed out , that total was far greater than the stock-based compensation claimed in the post-IPO quarter for Facebook Inc. "The connectivity issue is a real problem in the developing world-it changes the use case of how people use Snapchat ", said Spiegel. CEO of Snap Inc ., Evan Spiegel says that till date more than 5 million snaps are created with Snap spectacles .
The deal ends most of the litigation over Volkswagen's cheating scandal, which became public in 2015 when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said the German automaker had fitted many of its cars with software to fool emissions tests. Resolution of the civil case comes after another federal judge ordered the German auto maker in April to pay a $2.8 billion criminal fine as part of a plea deal with USA prosecutors.
A detailed memo from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein faulted Comey for announcing his findings last July, going around his boss, then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and for making public a decision to revisit the case shortly before the election.