Is Apple ditching its car? Plus, Razer buys THXToday's tech round-up investigates the doubts surrounding Apple's self-driving car. Google releases a new flight-price tracker, and Razer purchases George Lucas' THX audio-certification company.
This is CNet, and here are the stories that matter right now. New concerns are being raised regarding Apple's car ambitions. A report from Bloomberg casts major doubt that Apple will in fact create its own vehicle, dubbed internally as Project Titan. Instead it seems efforts are being shifted towards creating just the brains of an autonomous car And perhaps solely marketing and selling that technology. Google has added price tracking awareness and notifications to show users when the best time is to purchase the flight. The feature is designed to eliminate the guessing game travelers must always play of not knowing the right time to make a purchase. The information is being sourced from a large history of flight prices and as long as you're signed into Chrome on the device of your choice the alert should be automatic. [MUSIC] And finally Razor, know for it's PC gaming peripherals has bought THX the the cinematic audio certification company started by Georgy Lucas 33 years ago. So we expect to see THX to approved branding on smattering the products pretty soon. [SOUND] You can stay at the latest by downloading the CInet tech today app in the Apple apps store.