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Google parent Alphabet and Lyft will work together on self-driving technology. The New York Times reported Sunday that Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet, will partner “to bring autonomous vehicle technology into the mainstream through pilot projects and product development efforts.”

Lyft may still trail Uber in the ride-hailing market, but it has inked key partnerships in the past few years — today with Alphabet, and last year with GM, which invested $500 million in the company.

Also noteworthy: Waymo is currently battling Uber in court over self-driving technology.

Read more at The New York Times.

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