GOOGLE CAR SPIN-OUT SAYS UBER IS INVOLVED IN A 'COVER UP' AND IS 'HIDING A DEVICE'

Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesUber's star engineer Anthony Levandowski was "enticed" to copy valuable technology from Google and is now involved in a "cover up" to hide a device based on that technology, according to a new legal filing by Google's self-driving car unit Waymo. The device in question is a Lidar unit, the radar sensor that self-driving cars use to map their surroundings.  Uber allowed Waymo to inspect two Lidar de...

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