Alphabet’s Waymo subsidiary, which develops autonomous vehicles, said Tuesday it would work on a self-driving semi-trailer truck using a popular Daimler brand called Freightliner. It hopes to introduce the truck in the U.S. “in the coming years.” Of course, timelines and partnership agreements in the self-driving car world have a long history of being unreliable and fleeting. The reason the...
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A continued decline in YouTube ad revenue spells bad news for creators who earn money from the video-sharing site. On Thursday, Alphabet said YouTube’s ad revenue fell nearly 8% to $7.96 billion during the fourth quarter compared with the same period a year earlier. That’s the second straight quarter of decline.
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