George Hotz

Comma.ai launches an $88 universal car interface called Panda

George Hotz is fidgeting in his living room, wearing dark shades and a giant comma on his t-shirt as he shows me his company's latest product, an $88 universal car interface called Panda. Hotz both li

Comma.ai open-sources the data it used for its first successful driverless trips

Comma.ai, the startup that George Hotz (aka Geohotz) founded to show that making driverless vehicles could done relatively cheaply using off-the-shelf components and existing vehicles, has open-source

Geohot will discuss the hacking hardware and the auto industry’s self-driving future at Disrupt SF

When he was seventeen, George “geohot” Hotz became the first person to jailbreak an iPhone, back when Apple really didn’t take too kindly to such things. Three years later, he moved his unlockin

First kid to unlock iPhone unlocks it again

George Hotz, aka Geohot, aka the kid that unlocked the iPhone way back when, aka the kid that traded an unlocked iPhone for three regular iPhones and a Nissan 350Z is at it again. This time instead of