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No Wheels At Microsoft

Microsoft has confirmed it is not about to make a self-driving car itself – but says it is looking to get its technology on other companies’ self-drive models.

“We won’t be building our own autonomous vehicle, but we would like to enable autonomous vehicles and assisted driving as well,” Peggy Johnson, who is in charge of business development at Microsoft, told the Wall Street Journal.

Johnson said Microsoft has identified areas where it could offer technology and services such as Azure, its cloud-based service for businesses; Office 365, the cloud version of its productivity software suite; or its Windows operating system.


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