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Audi R8 LMX Will Have Lasers In Its Headlamps

05/14/2014, Driving at night, especially on roads that aren’t lit very well, it is important that your car’s headlamps are bright enough for you to see where you are going, and also bright enough where you can see obstacles in front of you to prevent accidents....

Gi Bike Folding Electric Bicycle

05/14/2014, A folding bicycle is a convenient way of getting around town, especially when you need to catch a connecting bus during your commute. Here is a quick question though – what is better than a folding bicycle? Why, an electric folding bicycle, that’s...

Google Maps Introduces 17K More Routes To UK Public Transport Data

05/13/2014, The folks over at Google must have been involved in one of the largest ever additions of transportation information in Google Maps, as they have thrown in just about everything that you can think of – ranging from bus to train, ferry, tram, and...

Quadriplegic Sam Schmidt Drives Semi-Autonomous Corvette Stingray

05/13/2014, Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt was involved in a vehicular crash at the turn of this century, and ended up as a quadriplegic with many thinking that this incident would mark the end of his driving days. They were right to a certain extent, at least...

Ford Mustang Goes To Space

05/12/2014, Have car, will travel. I suppose that the all-new Mustang would agree to this particular statement, as this ride has managed to scale the Empire State Building, and now, it has been sent all the way to outer space. Not the real deal, of course, but...

OnStar 4G LTE Offers Data For As Little As $5/Month

05/12/2014, OnStar and General Motors have worked together to make sure that your ride in the future will not only be safe and comfortable, but also be connected so that you never have to worry about not being in the vicinity of a Wi-Fi network anymore. OnStar...

Air Traffic System Failed Because Of Lacking Computer Memory

05/12/2014, They say that flying is one of the safest modes of traveling, and statistically speaking, it is safer than walking on the street or driving a car. Well, there are cock-ups that might happen during a flight as well, otherwise we would not have series like...

China Reportedly Considering High-Speed Railway From Beijing-US

05/09/2014, China is pretty far from the US, and one of the ways that you can get to China from the US and vice versa is by taking a plane. However it seems that China is thinking that there could be another form of transportation that they could consider – a...

Tesla Sales Ban In Missouri Is Very Real

05/08/2014, Earlier in the month of March this year, we talked about how the state of New Jersey has decided to ban the direct sales model that Tesla employed back then, which certainly did not go down well with the folks over at Tesla Motors. Well, it seems that New...

BMW Reveals iSolar Carport Concept

05/08/2014, The folks over at BMW Group DesignworksUSA have managed to come up with a solar carport that will be able to house the spanking new BMW i3 as well as upcoming BMW i8 electric vehicles. This particular iSolar carport concept is a one-car idea that will...

United Airlines New iOS App Brings In-Flight Entertainment Service

05/07/2014, Earlier this year in March United Airlines announced that it is going to roll out a new personal device entertainment system onboard select aircraft. Through a laptop or the airline’s official iOS app passengers will be able to watch more than 150...

Proterra Electric Bus Sets New Long Range Record

05/06/2014, When it comes to electric vehicles and distance records, I am quite sure that not many people would think of a bus, but rather, reflect on the possibilities of a car or sporty ride. Well, Proterra’s attempt at this long distance record with a transit...

Volvo Kicks Off “Drive Me” Self-Driving Car Program

05/06/2014, Back in 2013, Volvo announced their plans to test out a large scale self-driving pilot program which will see multiple vehicles driving themselves around the Swedish city of Gothenburg. Well it looks like that program has recently kicked off and the first...