Tesla facing possible DOJ investigation, Google Maps hits Apple Carplay
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Report surfaced that Tesla is the subject of a US Department of Justice investigation after CEO Elon Musk tweeted about taking the company private in early August.
Tesla issued a statement via email confirming the DOJ have requested documents for review which the company provided.
The SEC is reportedly looking into the tweet in question as it may have intentionally misled tesla investors.
Drivers using Apple Carplay can now use Google Maps as their main navigator, Google released an IOS 12 update for it's map app that includes Carplay support You can grab the car play update now if your iPhone is running iOS 12.
Waze, another Google-owned traffic app also plans to add car play support in the future.
And finally, YouTube's gaming app is spinning down after three years.
The app's launch was originally designed as a direct competitor for Twitch.
But the standalone portal will shut down next year.
YouTube has already revamped its native gaming hub and is directing gamers there before the app sunsets in March 2019.
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