Apple may owe Samsung millions in penalties, Tesla secretly making its own batteries?
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According to Korean outlet ET news, Apple might owe Samsung a hefty $90 million in penalties for failing not to buy enough old LED screens, all due to lackluster iPhone sales.
It's unlikely Apple would pay a cash penalty But perhaps, instead offer Samsung's fresh contracts for oil leaking screens and tablets and laptops.
Self-driving start up drive.ai has been acquired by Apple and will lay off 90 employees in the process according to Axios.
The news reminds us that Apple is still hard at work on it's driver-less vehicle initiative.
Which has stayed quiet as of late.
And finally, Tesla is developing its own battery cells in secret says A report by CNBC.
The news could strain relations with longtime partner Panasonic which has a stake in the battery manufacturing Giga factor.
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