skibum - 7:25 am on Oct 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
Does the "sick" line come before or after the "creepy" line? This kind of thing is one reason I'd never get a Droid phone. If they were to supply software to run those driverless cars on a mass scale and hey (just like the cell carriers and everyone else who thinks Google is giving them "free" stuff), what car manufacturer (or average consumer for that matter) would turn down being able to offer or buy a car that will drive itself with no charge for the software? At home, Google, on the go, Droid, on the Road, the GoGhoul car.
Do straight jackets come as part of the executive compensation package?
I have no doubt that they probably could do stuff like this if nobody puts the breaks on (and if it means more money for shareholders then why would anyone put the breaks on?). Google is kind of like the old Bell Labs with plenty of cash for R&D, except Bell Labs advanced things in a good way, not so sure about Google.