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Uber Now Lets You Adjust Pickup Location

03/30/2017, Uber is one of the most widely used ride-hailing services across the globe. Millions of people rely on it every single day to get to where they need to go. However, there has always been an issue with Uber that has irked users. Once a ride has been...

Lyft Testing A Fixed Route ‘Shuttle’ Service

03/30/2017, If you’re not a fan of squeezing into buses or trains on the way to work or school, Lyft could soon be an alternative. In a report from TechCrunch, it seems that Lyft is testing out a fixed route shuttle service that will be part of its Lyft Line...

Mercedes-Benz To Release Its 10 Electric Cars Earlier Than Planned

03/29/2017, Almost all conventional car manufacturers are getting into the electric car game. Many have committed to coming out with new all-electric cars in the next few years. Mercedes-Benz itself said that it’s going to launch 10 new electric cars within the...

Uber Self-Driving Car Fleet Grounded After Crash

03/26/2017, Uber has put its fleet of self-driving cars on public roads in select cities across the country to conduct various tests as it seeks to develop this technology and play a big role in the future of transportation. The project has hit a setback, though, as...

Tesla Model 3 Range May Be Greater Than Chevy Bolt

03/26/2017, Tesla has a lot riding on the Model 3, the company’s first mass-market all-electric car, that’s going to hit the production line later this year. GM’s Chevrolet Bolt is its direct competitor and while it has a lead on the new Tesla as...

Emirates Offers Workaround On Electronics Ban

03/23/2017, As you have probably heard, the US and UK governments have issued a ban on flights flying out of certain countries to the US and UK in which larger electronic devices have to be checked in. This means that basically any electronic gadget larger than a...

UK Flights Now Ban Larger Electronic Devices

03/22/2017, The other day it was reported that the US would be banning flights from certain countries from allowing larger electronic devices to be brought on board. Now it seems that over in the UK, the government is also instituting a similar ban on larger...

Tesla Discontinues Cheapest Model S

03/19/2017, Tesla offers several battery pack options to customers who are looking to purchase one of its cars like the Model S sedan. For quite some time now, the 60kWh Model S has been the cheapest battery pack option available for this sedan. This car with its 60...

Lucid Motors’ Electric Car Price Confirmed

03/16/2017, Lucid Motors, a car company based in California, unveiled its Lucid Air all-electric car back in December last year. There has been a lot of speculation about the price of this car and now the company has officially confirmed how much it’s going to...

First Volvo Electric Car Release Due In 2019, Will Cost $40,000

03/13/2017, Volvo is one of the many companies that’s working on all-electric cars. In just a couple of years, there will be quite a few all-electric cars to choose from and the most important part is that they will be relatively affordable. Not everyone can...

Intel Buys Self-Driving Car Tech Company MobilEye For $15.3 Billion

03/13/2017, MobilEye is a company based in Israel that develops self-driving car technology. It used to supply Tesla with the bits and pieces that powered its Autopilot semi-autonomous driving features but the two companies later had a falling out. It then teamed up...

Renault Android Auto Support Confirmed

03/09/2017, Some of the biggest car manufacturers on the planet have embraced infotainment systems like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Those who hadn’t are gradually jumping on the bandwagon as well. Even though BMW has decided that it’s not going to add...