Google has done it: has completed and officially presented (No big event, only one post on the page of Google Plus), the prototype of its autonomous vehicle, which is defined as "the best holiday gift we could've imagined" (the best gift for the holidays that we could have imagined).
The software engineer Sebastian Thrun in the company blog added: "We have always been optimistic about the possibility of advancing society through technology, that's why we pushed so much on self autonomous".
The mark disappears from the phones but Nokia debuts on a tablet. The Finnish company, which in April sold its mobile phone division to Microsoft along with the ability to use his brand on phones, has just unveiled the N1, a tablet running Android.
Aluminum, with display from 7,9 inches, will debut in China next February to arrive in Russia and Europe. The sale price will be competitive: 249 dollars excluding taxes.