Apple Enters Self-Driving Car Race, Tax Day Looms, and More
Apple is joining Google, Tesla, and others in the race to bring self-driving cars to the roads.
On Friday, the California DMV awarded a permit for the company to start testing its self-driving car technology on public roads in the state. This could be the “next big thing” for Apple, which has struggled the last few years and hasn’t had a breakthrough product since the iPad’s release in 2010. Read the story from The AP.
Do Your Taxes
You have until Tuesday to mail in your tax returns. Here’s the best last-minute tax advice for those procrastinators who have yet to pay their dues to Uncle Sam. Read the story from Mic.
North Korea Rolls Out the Big Guns
During its founder’s birthday celebrations, North Korea paraded what looks to be new long-range and submarine-based missiles. Read the story from NPR.
Baby On Board
April, a giraffe in New York, gave birth to a calf. The birth was viewed live on YouTube by more than 1.2 million people. Read the story from The AP.
The Very Long Road
A look at Tom Chappell, who built Tom’s of Maine into a $100 million business. This 13-minute read from Inc. shows how his next venture is turning out to be a lot harder than selling fennel toothpaste.