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Green Shadow Bicycle

02/16/2009, Want to go green in your life, but don’t know where to start? Why not go green with the Green Shadow bicycle? While it is still in a conceptual stage, there is nothing to get in the way of it being commercialized, as long as Mr. Onuff Studio is able...

Mitsubishi 1DIN Blu-ray Disc Player Is Tiny

02/16/2009, Just how small do you think a Blu-ray player can get? Well, Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has successfully developed a 1DIN automotive Blu-ray Disc (BD) player which has 33% the volume of its home BD player, which is a whole lot smaller than what one would...

Shock Absorber Generates Electricity

02/11/2009, A bunch of undergraduates at MIT have pooled their brains together to come up with this shock absorber which generates electricity whenever your vehicle hits bumps in the road. This is able to assist your vehicle in getting another 10% improvement in...

Southwest Airlines To Offer In-flight Wi-Fi Today

02/10/2009, Southwest Airlines will be the latest airline in the US to offer in-flight Wi-Fi for its flights from next Monday onwards, with three planes to be equipped next month. This service will be available to all but will be in beta for several months as they...

Sony Ericsson AB900 Bluetooth Car Speakerphone

02/10/2009, Sony Ericsson’s latest announcement for today touches on the AB900 Bluetooth Car Speakerphone that turns your automobile into a wireless jukebox, letting you enjoy your favorite tunes loudly while you make and take those phone calls without having...

Fake Parking Tickets A New Hacker Trick

02/06/2009, Word has it that hackers in Grand Forks, North Dakota, are armed with a brand new trick – the use of fake parking tickets. They have started to place official-looking tickets on windshields, letting drivers view images of the violation on a specific...

Man Plans To Paddle Across The Atlantic

02/05/2009, You might call him a crazy genius, but machinist/inventor Ted Ciamillo is about to embark on a journey like never before – use his pedal-powered miniature submarine and paddle across the Atlantic sometime later in the year. This wet sub would mean...

BART Passengers To Get Wi-Fi Connectivity

02/01/2009, Folks who commute via BART will soon have the benefit of Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing one to read/send emails and hold video conferences without worrying about spotty connections while relying on an EV-DO USB modem as well as the many blind spots as one...

Hy Tric Electro Cycle

01/27/2009, If you’re an advocate for green technology, then perhaps the Electro Cycle from Hy Tric might interest you. Let us rattle off the important specifications first – the Hy Tric Electro Cycle has a top speed of 125 mph (that’s pretty zippy)...

Guitar Boat Up For Auction

01/23/2009, We’re not too sure whether the Guitar Boat is romantic or a hoot, but nevertheless, it still exists. Commissioned by Australian singer-songwriter Josh Pyke, he is now auctioning off his Guitar Boat as seen above in order to raise funds for the...

Woman Bites Driver Because Of Non-Hybrid Bus

01/23/2009, Talk about an occupational hazard – a veteran bus driver was bitten in his arm when a female passenger realized that he wasn’t driving a hybrid bus. According to MTA driver Peter Williams, “She came on the bus, and she said she waited...

Shelby Has Fastest Electric Car In The World

01/21/2009, Shelby Supercars has taken to the stage with its Ultimate Aero EV at the Abu Dhabi International Motor Show which holds the title of the fastest electric car in the world. Apparently, the powertrain found in the Ultimate Aero EV relies on a lithium ion...

TeleNav Introduces New Features For Shotgun GPS Navigation Device

01/20/2009, TeleNav aims to augment the performance of its recently launched TeleNav Shotgun two-way, Internet-connected GPS personal navigation device that targets those in the business community who do a whole lot of traveling. With the TeleNav Shotgun, users are...

Folding Bike Bag

01/19/2009, If you want to live out a green lifestyle, getting around on public transport as well as a bicycle is a good place to start. Unfortunately, toting around your bike through subways and buses can get quite tiring if you rely on your hands alone, which is...