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Apple nabs permit to experiment with self-driving iCars in Cali


Frank, same is true no matter who comes up with the car -- or any product or service, any industry, cars, computers, TVs, music.

Company comes up with a good one, people want it, and they make a boatload of cash and it puts them ahead of their competitors.

But a question: What does it mean for a car to 'handle well' when nobody is handling it, when it is being handled by a computer? Do you mean a car that 'rides well'?

Or maybe it is a difference between UK and North American English?

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