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Chevrolet Bolt Is GM’s Long-Range All Electric Car

01/12/2015, We reported yesterday that General Motors was expected to show off a new all electric car at the Detroit Motor Show and today the carmaker made an official announcement. The Chevrolet Bolt is a long-range all electric car that is designed to provide a...

Cardboard Bicycle Now A Reality

01/11/2015, It was close to three years ago when we talked about how a bicycle that is made out of cardboard could very well change the way we travel – especially in countries where the people are so poor, they survive on just $1 a day, which means even getting...

GM’s $30,000 Electric Chevrolet Bolt Breaks Cover Next Week

01/11/2015, Tesla has made a name for itself as the company that’s leading the way in bringing all electric cars into the mainstream. However there’s a problem. Tesla’s vehicles tend to be expensive and that’s one of the places where General...

Nissan, NASA Team Up For Self-Driving Car

01/08/2015, Nissan of Japan alongside NASA will be pitting their brains together to work on an utopian dream that some companies like Google have already have an interest in – self-driving cars. Hailing from Yokohama, Japan, Nissan alongside NASA’s...

Terra Motors’ A2000 E-Scooter To Help In Intra-City Commute

01/06/2015, [CES 2015] Terra Motors of Japan is no stranger when it comes to manufacturing scooters which are meant to help folks get around the city in an eco-friendly manner, and this time around, they have unveiled the A2000 e-scooter that will succeed its...

Toyota Opens 5,600 Fuel-Cell Patents For Auto Industry’s Future

01/06/2015,   The auto industry may be slowly coming to grips with the idea that they need to be more open for the future of this industry. Tesla, which is a relatively new car company that only makes electric vehicles, opened up its patents last year and said...

Volkswagen Showcases Golf R Touch Concept Car

01/06/2015, [CES 2015] Volkswagen sees a future where vehicles are not only more intelligent, they also happen to be more connected. One of Europe’s most successful car brands think that a car that is connected is one which will be able to operate intuitively,...

BMW Touch Command Is Tailored To Passengers In The Rear

01/06/2015, Accessing the car’s center console is always a bit of a stretch for passengers in the rear. Its hard for them to even tweak the radio, some car makers do offer features through screens in the headrests, but BMW has thought out of the box for its new...

Volkswagen Announces Support For CarPlay And Android Auto

01/06/2015, Back in early 2014, Apple unveiled CarPlay which used to be known as “iOS in the Car”. It basically brings an aspect of iOS to the vehicle’s infotainment unit. Now Apple had announced several partners back then but Volkswagen was unfortunately not...

Gogoro Electric Scooter Plucked From An Alternate Future

01/05/2015, [CES 2015] Form and function ought to always go together – and we are firm believers of that, unless you happen to kickstart a brand new market which no one else has a stake in it, such as Henry Ford and his Model T at the beginning. Still, see how...

NVIDIA Presents Long-Term Auto Computing Vision

01/05/2015, The CES 2015 NVIDIA Press conference was very different from past consumer products media events because there was very little gaming involved. The introduction of NVIDIA’s new Tegra X1 chip was a mere introduction to the company’s long-term emphasis...

Magellan 5-inch RoadMate Range Expands

01/05/2015, Magellan, a name that many of us would be familiar with when it comes to standalone GPS navigation devices, is back with a back – and this time around they do not intend to roll out just one device, but has expanded the RoadMate family by a handful...

Connected Cycle Pedal To Combat Stolen Bicycle Plague

01/04/2015, [CES 2015] Getting around on a bicycle is definitely something that is worth looking into, especially if you happen to be one who is an advocate for a clean environment and all that jazz. Having said that, here is something that you might want to check...