Jamie Waydo will reportedly join Titan, but that's all we know.
Apple has more than doubled the number of its self-driving cars, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has confirmed. Since obtaining a permit to test autonomous vehicles, Apple's fleet size has steadily risen – from a scant three test cars, to 27 in January, and now, 55 intelligent machines. Should the program remain on course, consumers could be chilling out in the driver's seat by 2019.
Apple sent a letter to NHTSA acknowledging that it is "excited" about automation in numerous fields, "including transportation."
Apple's grabbing software engineers in the North from QNX.
Get your salt shakers ready, because we've got another Apple car rumor today.
Maybe it's not so easy to design and build a new automobile after all...
Is it real? Who knows, but maybe.
Dan Dodge comes from BlackBerry's QNX automotive software arm.
Apple is one step closer to having its own car.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is watching the competition closely, including electric cars from existing manufacturers, and potentially Apple.
Kurt Adelberger invented a new kind of smart charger for electric vehicles while working at Google. Now he's off to Apple, possibly to work on an EV project there as well.
The flow of high-profile workers between Apple and Tesla continues with news that the computer company has hired the former Tesla VP of Vehicle Engineering.
An anonymous report in the FAZ says that Apple is working on the Project Titan EV in Berlin and that Magna might be the contract bulider.
Piper Jaffray analyst isn't concerned about potential departure of Apple executive spearheading the project.
Marchionne wants FCA to partner with Apple on Project Titan.
A resident of Sunnyvale, CA, reports that motor noises can be heard late at night from inside Apple's secretive Project Titan facility.