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Apple Confirms it is Laying Off 190 Employees From Self-Driving Project Titan

Apple Confirms it is Laying Off 190 Employees From Self-Driving Project Titan

Back in January, it was reported that Apple had let go over 200 employees working on its Project Titan efforts.

Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ May be Developing an Electric Van

Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ May be Developing an Electric Van

Apple’s “Project Titan” has been a pretty consistent rumor for quite some time, with a lot of the focus being on what type of autonomous vehicle the company could be working on.

The Number of Disengagements in Apple’s Self-Driving Cars May Not be That Troublesome

The Number of Disengagements in Apple’s Self-Driving Cars May Not be That Troublesome

Apple has its sights set on self-driving cars, but what that actually becomes for public consumption remains to be seen.

Apple Removes over 200 Employees from Self-Driving Project Titan Team

Apple Removes over 200 Employees from Self-Driving Project Titan Team

Apple has reportedly removed over 200 employees from its ‘Project Titan’ team which is responsible for its autonomous car group.

Apple Hires Designer Andrew Kim Away From Tesla

Apple Hires Designer Andrew Kim Away From Tesla

Rumors about the demise of Apple’s dreams of launching an actual car may have been greatly exaggerated.

Apple Rumored to Adopt A-Series Processors for Macs by 2021; Apple Car to Arrive in 2023

Apple Rumored to Adopt A-Series Processors for Macs by 2021; Apple Car to Arrive in 2023

Apple has been developing its proprietary chipsets, the A-series, for quite some time for iPhones and iPads, and the rumor mill has long speculated that Apple would be moving to adopt that same idea for its Mac lineup as well.

New Report Sheds Light on Just How Many Former Tesla Employees Have Jumped Over to Apple

New Report Sheds Light on Just How Many Former Tesla Employees Have Jumped Over to Apple

Earlier this month, it was reported that, following a brief stint at Tesla, Doug Field had rejoined the Apple ranks.

Doug Field Back at Apple After Stint at Tesla As Chief Vehicle Engineer

Doug Field Back at Apple After Stint at Tesla As Chief Vehicle Engineer

Back in 2013, Doug Field left Apple to join Tesla. Back then, he was the Hardware Vice President at Apple and jumped to Tesla to lead its vehicle engineering efforts. More recently, he oversaw the Model 3 production Now, after almost a five-year stint at Tesla, Doug is back at Apple. 

FBI Charges Former Apple Employee With Theft of Trade Secrets Related to Autonomous Car Project

FBI Charges Former Apple Employee With Theft of Trade Secrets Related to Autonomous Car Project

Apple’s Project Titan used to be the talk of the town not too long ago, but it has since died down out of the rumor mill’s routine.

Apple Expands its Fleet of Self-Driving Vehicles to 27 as it Focuses on Catching up to Competition

Apple Expands its Fleet of Self-Driving Vehicles to 27 as it Focuses on Catching up to Competition

As is par for the course with most things, Apple isn’t typically first in a single category, but it uses that time to improve on key areas as it works towards cashing, and surpassing, the competition.