Just like last year, Apple is expected to launch two new iPhones in 2014, however its expected to shake things up a bit. For the first time Apple may be considering launching iPhones with displays larger than what it has previously used, and the two new models are also expected to come with a revamped design. The folks at Macotakara, a usually reliable source for Apple rumors, say that 4.7 inch and 5.7 inch display touting iPhones will be out later this year and that design cues will be borrowed from iPhone 5c and the 7th generation iPod nano.
Right before Valentine’s Day this year, we talked about how Audi’s Traffic Light recognition system could help you save plenty of time on the road in the future if it were to be adopted on a wide scale, and here we are with additional details on this particular technology. It makes perfect sense that if you were to spend your time on the road as efficiently as possible, this would also mean using up a whole lot less fuel along the way. A prototype system in an Audi A6 Saloon which was tested in Las Vegas, Nevada, recently, is said to be able to help reduce CO2 emissions by up to 15 percent. Not only that, Audi underlines the kicker behind this particular technology, where the German automaker proudly claims that this system has the potential to save up to 238 million gallons of fuel (900 million liters) should it be implemented across the whole of Germany.