Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) recently released an impressive video that showed the latest version of its driverless car in action. But how will this car be accepted -- or rejected -- by the marketplace when (or if) it becomes available? More so, with Google routinely draining margins out of markets it enters, will car companies want to "play ball" with the company if it attempts to license its driverless car technology?

In the following video, Motley Fool tech analyst Eric Bleeker and Max Macaluso discuss Google's past entries into new markets and its possible future paths.
 
 
 


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