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Ford Sync Update Delivers Siri Eyes Free Support

12/03/2015, Ford is certainly raking up its karma points today, having announced a new Ford Sync update that will deliver Siri Eyes Free support – hitting over five million cars in the process, and this particular upgrade is rather far reaching as it will be...

SPOT Tells You Which Uber Is Yours

12/03/2015, With Uber making its presence felt all over the world, you can be sure that this ridesharing service has its niggles to figure out. Among them would be times when a concert or football match is over, and people would want to get back to their homes or...

Bugatti Chiron Will Take Over As Fastest Car After The Veyron

12/02/2015, The Bugatti Veyron has long held the title of being the world’s fastest production car. It became a toy for the rich and famous, something pretty to hang on the wall for people not as fortunate, yet the car captured imaginations of millions of...

Sand Racer At Home At The Desert And On Asphalt

12/02/2015, Since there are hybrid devices around these days, it also makes perfect sense to have hybrid cars, right? The Sand Racer from Zarooq Motors is certainly a menacing looking piece of machinery – but it has its strong point in being able to make its...

Joby S2 VTOL Is A Sight To Behold

12/02/2015, I am quite sure that the gunships from the Final Fantasy franchise certainly captured the imagination of quite a number of us when we saw it for the very first time, as it has since expanded to include a slew of different variations from other franchises...

Porsche 911 Turbo And Turbo S To Debut At 2016 Detroit Auto Show

12/01/2015, Ah, the need for speed is something that us humans find it difficult to relinquish or quench, hence the question always arises – can it go any faster? Porsche has answered that question by preparing the debuts of the Porsche 911 Turbo And Turbo S at...

Japan Designs New Train Lines To Protect Turtles

12/01/2015, If you don’t live in Japan, chances are the idea that a turtle could potentially disrupt train schedules might never occur to you. However it seems that in Japan, that is a problem and between 2002 to 2014, Asahi Shimbun reports that turtles were...

Taxis In London Will Accept Contactless Payments Next Year

11/26/2015, If you have ever been inside one of London’s iconic black cabs you might find yourself wondering why most of them don’t accept credit cards or contactless payment services, that’s because the required framework has not yet been put into...

Rules For “Noisier” Electric Cars Delayed Until 2016

11/25/2015, How many of us have gritted our teeth and have shaken our fists at cars with modified exhausts, revving so loudly for no reason other than to show off? It is also why many of us can also appreciate how quiet electric/hybrid vehicles are when they run....

Airbus Patents Detachable Cabins, Wants To Save You Time

11/25/2015, Compared to driving, flying is much faster and therefore more efficient. However there are aspects about the entire process that could be improved upon. For example after arriving at your gate (and assuming you’re early), you will need to wait to board...

VW Video Details Plan To Fix Emissions Cheating Engines

11/25/2015, Volkswagen Group today posted a video on its YouTube channel detailing its plan for fixing the EA 189 diesel engines, the 1.6 and 2 liter engines were found to have cheat devices that cook results on emission tests. Millions of the company’s cars...

Toyota Recalls 1.6 Million Cars Fitted With Takata Parts

11/25/2015, Toyota has announced that it’s issuing a recall for 1.6 million cars covering roughly 20 models in Japan in order to check if the cars produced between 2004 and 2008, including the popular Vitz, have faulty Takata airbag parts. Recalled cars will be...

Volkswagen Makes 3D Glasses Standard Issue For Logistics Personnel

11/24/2015, As cool as headsets like Google Glass would be for everyday use by regular folks, it seems that they might have more use in the industrial side. It was reported that earlier this year that despite Google deciding to discontinue Glass, it still has found a...