Apple electric car project reportedly gets the green light and a staff of 1,800

Consumer electronics giant Apple is getting serious about automotive, with a possible electric car in the works. Although Apple remains mum on details, both the Wall Street Journal and New York Times are reporting that the so-called Project Titan (the car’s supposed internal code name) was recent...

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