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This week on AI: Apple Car's California driver license, Qualcomm countersues & more

Some of the most interesting news actually came towards the end of the week, when Apple was revealed to have a permit to run self-driving cars on California roads. Industry maneuvers with Toshiba and Qualcomm also made headlines, along with news of more green energy entering the Apple supply chain.




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Everything you need to know:



  • Apple will be testing self-driving Lexus SUVs in California > >
  • Future Apple Watches may have glucose sensors > >
  • Qualcomm hit Apple with a countersuit over patent royalties > >
  • Apple might invest 'several billion' in Toshiba alongside a Foxconn offer > >
  • Three more Apple suppliers are using renewable energy > >
  • 2019 iPhones might use custom-designed power chips > >
  • Embedded Touch ID sensors may be hindering "iPhone 8" development > >


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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:



Apple wins California DMV permit for testing self-driving car, could put tech on public roads

Apple working on breakthrough glucose sensors for Apple Watch, report says

Qualcomm slaps Apple with countersuit over patent royalties, claims unspecified damages

Apple considers investing 'several billion dollars' for stake in Toshiba chip business, report says

Apple pushes supply chain to adopt renewable energy, gets 3 more suppliers to go all-green

'Strong evidence' Apple working on custom power chips for 2019 iPhones

Apple sues Swatch over 'Tick different' trademark

Renovated Fifth Avenue Apple store will get Beats 1 broadcasting zone

Apple seeds second public betas of iOS 10.3.2 & macOS 10.12.5

Rumor: Integrating Touch ID into 'iPhone 8' display remains Apple's 'biggest bottleneck'

Apple's second Mexican retail store to be multi-level flagship, share design with NYC World Trade Center outlet