A judge had allowed Anthony Levandowski to serve out his 18-month prison sentence after the coronavirus pandemic.
The operator in the self-driving vehicle sustained minor injuries.
Some 20,000 of the luxury cars are scheduled to be built by 2021.
The surprise settlement, in which Waymo obtained 0.34% of Uber's equity, valued at $245 million at a $72 billion valuation, comes four days after the start of the trial.
“Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit.”
Uber's former CEO resigned in June, but answered questions under oath on Tuesday about his role in acquiring a self-driving car startup that's now at the center of a billion-dollar lawsuit.
After 11 months of waiting, the closely watched legal battle between two tech heavyweights began on Monday. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is expected on the stand on Tuesday.
A judge’s ruling on Uber employees’ use of ephemeral messaging apps like Wickr and Signal could impact other companies that use communication tools that auto-delete.
A former Uber employee accused the company of corporate espionage, unlawful surveillance, illegal wiretapping, bribery of foreign officials, and illicit hacking.
Her testimony was "outrageous and could be defamatory," an attorney for the former employee told BuzzFeed News. The allegations from that former Uber employee are now at the center of Waymo's case against Uber for theft of trade secrets.
The public will have to wait to read the letter in which a former Uber employee said he observed the company’s attempts to hack competitors, steal trade secrets, and cover up potentially illegal operations.
When Uber acquired a former Google engineer’s self-driving startup, it hired a law firm to investigate whether he stole any intellectual property.
Waymo will be allowed to tell the trial jury that Uber's lawyers concealed their possession of Google files, US District Judge William Alsup ruled.
Uber founder Travis Kalanick, whose company is being sued by Google over allegedly stolen trade secrets, was deposed last month. His responses to over six hours of questioning regarding the case became public late on Friday.
“How can we allow such vehicles when we already have a huge number of unemployed people?”
The case is narrowing as it heads toward an Oct. 10 trial date.
A new court filing shows ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sought to meet with Google cofounder Larry Page in 2015.
"Uber never used any Google trade secrets or patented technology in the development of the technology at issue in this case," the ride-hail giant's lawyers wrote in a court filing.
It's not clear if we'll get an actual Apple Car, but it's an area that Apple is very, very interested in.
The company is expanding its self-driving car efforts.
The biggest legal battle in tech continues to heat up.
Anthony Levandowski's lawyers claim he got a stern letter from Uber's general counsel.
The ride-hail giant is attempting to force the lawsuit into arbitration.
Lidar, a 54-year-old technology used by most self-driving cars, is now at the center of the Uber-Waymo lawsuit. Here’s how it works.
A rare order from a federal judge alerting prosecutors to possible criminal misconduct by Uber could be really bad news for the ride-hail company.
Otto, the self-driving truck startup Uber purchased, was a "cover-up scheme," Waymo said in court proceedings.
In a Friday court filing, Uber claims there is not a “scintilla of actual evidence” that it has misappropriated Waymo's self-driving car secrets.
The legal battle continues.
Waymo swiped back at Uber in court filings today, alleging that the company intentionally concealed a secret, second self-driving technology from the court.
In a court response, Uber said it did not find the allegedly downloaded files in its systems.
The Google spinoff alleges that Otto, the self-driving truck startup Uber acquired last year, stole its intellectual property.
The company says the sensors it has built are cheaper and more reliable.
The same day Uber started testing autonomous cars in San Francisco, the California DMV asked the company to cease its program until it obtains a permit from the agency.