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Major Tesla Hardware Revisions Can Be Expected Annually

01/22/2017, The thing with cars is that because they tend to be more expensive than say buying a new phone or a computer that when you do buy a car, you’ll want a car that will probably last you for the next 5 years or even longer. Unfortunately if you were eyeing...

South Korea Is Building A Near-Supersonic Train

01/22/2017, You’ve heard of supersonic planes but they’re largely limited to the airforce because the only passenger supersonic jet, the Concorde, has been out of service for many years now and won’t be returning. It might be a while before we get...

Japan’s Buses Now Have USB Chargers For Your Phone

01/20/2017, When it comes to public charging of our smartphones and tablets, we’re starting to see more public transportation services offer up USB charging spots, like on trains and airplanes. Now it seems that over in Japan, you will soon be able to charge your...

NHTSA Claims Tesla Crash Rate Down By 40% After Autopilot Feature

01/19/2017, One of the claims that Tesla has made about its autopilot feature is that it actually reduces the chances of accidents by as much as 50%. Turns out the company was pretty close because according to the NHTSA, their investigation has found that Tesla’s...

Faraday Future FF 91 Electric Car Might Cost $300,000

01/19/2017, Faraday Future properly unveiled its self-driving electric car FF 91 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 earlier this month. While it revealed a lot of details about this car it didn’t say how much it’s going to cost, but it’s not that...

Tesla Autopilot Crash Investigation Doesn’t Demand Recall

01/19/2017, It was reported in June last year that a Tesla driver was killed when the car’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driving feature was activated. It was the first known fatality in a Tesla car so naturally, it was a big deal. The National Highway...

Man Arrested After Flying Drone Too Close To A Passenger Jet

01/17/2017, Drone flies dangerously close to jet in #Zhejiang province, person detained by police & incident is being investigated pic.twitter.com/vGN920IpJC — People’s Daily,China (@PDChina) January 16, 2017 There is a reason why companies like DJI have...

Airbus Autonomous Flying Car Prototype Will Be Ready This Year

01/16/2017, Airbus is best known for the giant airplanes it makes but many of you may not be aware that it’s also working on small autonomous flying cars that are meant for single-passenger travel. Airbus CEO Tom Enders has said that this is a project that the...

Nissan Self-Driving Cars Take To The Streets In February

01/15/2017, We’re still a few years away from fully autonomous cars being allowed on the roads but there are a plethora of tech and car companies that are now aggressively testing their self-driving car technology out on public roads. It has now been confirmed...

JetBlue’s Free WiFi Now Available On All Domestic Flights

01/12/2017, If you’ve ever been on a flight that offers in-flight WiFi services, you know that the prices that they charge are pretty much cutthroat. However if you desperately need internet, we guess you really don’t have much of a choice. The good news is that...

An Additional 772,000 Honda & Acura Vehicles To Be Recalled

01/11/2017, As you might have heard, carmakers such as Honda and Toyota have been forced to recall their cars following the discovery of defective Takata airbags. Last year Honda announced the recall of a whopping 2.2 million cars, and it seems that the number has...

Volvo Puts Real Families In Their Self-Driving Cars

01/09/2017, Just like many other carmakers out there, Volvo is exploring self-driving technology. So far a lot of self-driving tests include engineers who sit behind the wheel as a precaution, but also to record notes and collect data on the car’s behavior so that...