Google's self-driving car may be cute, but the Mountain View-based giant is dead serious about it. Following the introduction of the bug-eyed two-seater in May 2014, Google announced it’s now ready to let a fleet of 25 self-driving cars loose on the roads of Silicon Valley.
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Google has just unveiled their first 'complete' prototype of the self-driving car. They've had many unfinished test cars in the past, but they've finally put all of their resources together to create and all-around self-driving car prototype.
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