“It looks like Apple isn’t the only big tech firm changing its go to market strategy for self-driving cars, as Google also intends to abandon manufacturing plans in favor or creating an operating system auto makers can use,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.

The Information (via Patently Apple) claims Google/Alphabet has decided to abandon plans to make its own vehicles in order to focus on developing the operating systems for autonomous vehicles,” Evans writes. “Wired says Google will be hosting a self-driving car press event in California today.”

“Google’s news follows recent whispers claiming Apple has also changed its plans for self-driving vehicles,” Evans writes. “In October, reports claimed Apple had decided to focus on the OS, rather than car construction.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Typical.

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