Intel eyes driverless car sector
Autonomous cars are still years away, but Intel’s purchase of Mobileye signals that it wants to be in the driver’s seat
Intel sent out the biggest salvo in automated driving last week by putting its money where it matters. The IT giant’s purchase of Israeli business Mobileye for $15.3 billion (€14.3 billion) sent a clear message that the chip maker wants to set the tone in the driverless car market.
The sector has managed to get ample attention up until now in spite of there being no actual products for consumers to buy, or indeed...
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