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Mitac Mio C523 V2 Portable Navigation Device

04/08/2009, Mitac of Japan will be rolling out its latest portable navigation device which will target motorcycle riders – a group who has been sidelined most of the time when it comes to navigation with the help of GPS technology. This new model will be known...

Gorilla GPS From Sanyo

04/08/2009, Sanyo is in the GPS game to the surprise of those who do not follow the scene, although their Gorilla line of GPS devices nearly went extinct a few years back. Since then, Sanyo has taken the relevant steps to bring the Gorilla GPS line back to life, with...

Door Detects Danger

04/07/2009, Fancy having a vehicle that has some sort of built-in “spider sense”, so to speak? Well, that’s what happens with this new prototype which is being developed in Germany that enables doors to resist being opened whenever it senses an...

Jet Bike Concept Is Out Of This World

04/07/2009, Trust the Japanese to come up with really cool looking vehicles – those who delve into the world of anime will surely know what we’re talking about. This space age design of the Jet Bike concept is physically impossible at this point in time,...

Zero S Electric Bike Is Fast

04/07/2009, Zero Motorcycles’ latest street legal electric bike is the Zero S – capable of pumping out 31 horsepower and 62.5lb ft of torque, achieving a maximum speed of 60mph in the process. Sounds more than decent to our ears, as the Zero S will...

UK Offer EV Charging Parking Spots

04/07/2009, Electric vehicle (EV) usage might be encouraged, but have we really thought about the present infrastructure by offering relevant and very real facilities? While manufacturers expect you to charge up your EV in your garage each day, what happens when you...

Personal Urban Mobility And Accessibility Project

04/07/2009, General Motors and Segway have joined forces, resulting in the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project (PUMA) that aims to deliver a self-balancing two-wheeled vehicle which carries two people at up to speeds of 35 mph, which is nearly three...

Magellan RoadMate 1470

04/06/2009, Magellan has a brand new GPS navigation system for the masses – the RoadMate 1470 which comes with a 4.7″ display in addition to Magellan’s new “One Touch” interface, multi-destination routing, highway lane assist and AAA...

Digital Ally In-Car Video System

04/05/2009, Digital Ally has come up with its newest in-car video system that is meant to be installed in police vehicles, and the DVM-750 as it is known will offer everything one needs within the car, although you will lose some trunk space in the process. The...

Elevator Garage, For The Rich?

04/03/2009, Videos of the elevator garages were popping left and right this morning. This is an interesting concept, and according to the company that builds it, one will have to wait for four months to get the project started. The cost is about $60000, which seems a...

V Neck Wave Jacket

04/02/2009, If you’re a geeky biker (or is it a biker geek?), then the V Neck Wave Jacket looks like the perfect fit. While the $469 price tag might put most people off in the current economic climate, this jacket is special as it will accompany every neck...

Ecotricity Greenbird Breaks World Record

04/02/2009, Mark March 26th on your calendars as a special day in history as that is when the Ecotricity Greenbird driven by British engineer Richard Jenkins broke the world land speed record for wind powered vehicles with the Ecotricity Greenbird, clocking a speed...

iF Mode Folding Bike

04/01/2009, Commuting to work using a combination of public transport systems like the subway and bus is good for the environment, even more so when you have a bicycle to get around from station to station. Standard bikes that don’t fold up can be quite a...