The Honda sedan entered the opposite lane and ended up hitting the side of the Waymo self-driving minivan. The vehicles were towed from the scene on flatbed trucks, the Waymo minivan covered by a tarp. It seems like the tech giants are struggling with the safe testing of the self-driving vehicles . "This incident is still under investigation", the statement was given by the local police to the Techcrunch.
Two suspects had earlier this year implicated Melaye as their financier and supplier of guns to kidnap, rob and cause political mayhem in Kogi State. The lawmaker was brought to court in a police ambulance at about 9:17 am and was immensely stretchered into the court by policemen. But counsel for Senator Melaye , Mike Ozekhome , in his submission argued that the court had the powers by virtue of the Constitution to try the case.
The former policeman was arrested last week at his Sacramento suburb of Citrus Heights and identified as the suspect in at least a dozen murders and more than 50 rapes between 1976 and 1986. Prosecutors initially planned to take more DNA and photographs Wednesday, prompting Howard's motion to halt the action. He has not entered a plea. Deputy Sacramento County District Attorney Thienvu Ho declined to answer questions about why prosecutors needed the DNA, fingerprints and photographs of ...
The upcoming smartphone, which could possibly be called HTC U12 , would be a successor to HTC U11 , which the company launched in May a year ago. While companies usually resort to showing glimpses of the design of the smartphone, HTC has gone for something different.
LG is said to be releasing the phone through other carriers such as Verizon, US Cellular, T-Mobile, and another network. We recently learnt that AT&T is not bringing the G7 ThinQ to the United States, and it will instead launch an alternative - exclusive to the mobile carrier.
Still, the company continues to post record results from its deep bench of game franchises, which include " Call of Duty ", " Overwatch ", " World of Warcraft " and "Candy Crush". Yesterday was a bit a wild ride for video game publishing giant Activision Blizzard ( NASDAQ:ATVI ). Activision's performance in the first quarter was impressive, considering that it had no major new product releases, Credit Suisse analyst Stephen Ju said in a note to clients.