Uber crash puts brakes on self-driving cars, Whatsapp access sought to fight terror
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A crash in Arizona between an Uber self driving test vehicle and human driven car Friday night prompted the company to halt it's autonomous car program while it investigates the incident.
No one was seriously hurt in the crash.
The Uber car was in self driving mode, with two ride along back up drivers in the front seats.
Following an attack in London on Wednesday, were four people were killed.
British home secretary Amber Rudd says intelligence services must have access to encrypted messaging services Such as What's App.
The BBC reported that it is believed the attacker connected to What's App two minutes before he began.
Rudd claims there must be no place for terrorists to hide.
Steaming service Spotify has teamed up with Waze, a community-based traffic and navigation app.
Drivers will be able to activate Spotify, select a playlist, and then open the Waze app to receive traffic update and directions while listening to music.
Only Android users have access to this integration for now.
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