A legal dispute between Alphabet and Uber has gotten personal, after text messages to and from Uber's former CEO were unsealed in court filings.
The text messages are between Uber's then-CEO Travis Kalanick and Anthony Levandowski, a former engineer from Alphabet's Waymo who later founded a start-up that was acquired by Uber. The two companies are feuding about whether Levandowski used a Google trade secret at Uber.
But the two technology executives had wide-ranging discussions around their rivals in autonomous driving, exchanging news articles and gossip, the text messages show.
Here are some of the highlights: