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Voltitude electric bike folds, is nigh portable

03/11/2011, Getting around town or in a city on a bicycle is one of the more environmentally friendly methods, especially when you couple that with a great public transport system. Well, the Voltitude electric bike is something else – it not only can be folded...

The EX Vehicle uses to electronic screwdrivers to move its wheels

03/10/2011, A designer named Nick Ferbis has come up with one of the more interesting vehicles we’ve seen recently. Called the EX Vehicle (no it’s not a vehicle for your ex-girl/boyfriends) this three-wheeler was made from mostly modified bicycle parts...

The Mini Seven turns your kid into the envy of the whole school

03/09/2011, If you have a kid who is into cars and racing, the Mini Seven from Micro Electric Vehicles will probably make his/her dreams come true. It’s no Ferrari, but it will allow you kid to experience the joys of driving before the legal age. The Mini Seven...

Charge your Nokia phone with this bicycle charger

03/07/2011, If you enjoy cycling long distances, and listening to music at the same time, but you only have a mobile phone you might notice your phone constantly running out of juice whenever you need to make phone calls, Well Nokia has a solution to the problem....

Spider webs cause Mazda to recall over 65,000 cars

03/04/2011, Mazda has recently made one of the strangest product recalls in history. The well known car manufacturer is recalling over 65,000 Mazda 6 (2009) cars from the US, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. If you were thinking it was because of some faulty brakes,...

Google’s self-driving car takes the public for a ride

03/04/2011, Google’s super high-tech, self driving car that was revealed last year, has finally been developed enough to give members of the public to experience. At the TED conference 2011 this week, the folks from Search Engine Land got to experience what it...

Ford to debut SYNC system across Europe

03/03/2011, Ford recently announced that they will debut their SYNC system in Europe where the 2012 Ford Focus is concerned, which means its current language range will also multiply more than sixfold from three to 19. Originally launched in the US back in 2007, it...

20% of Americans use the internet on their phones while driving

03/03/2011, If driving and talking on the phone or texting wasn’t bad enough, it looks like American drivers have got another danger to worry about – drivers who log on to social networks while driving. According to a survey by US insurance company, State...

Morgan 3 Wheeler set to sizzle the asphalt

03/02/2011, The Morgan Motor Company has made it known to the masses that they will be rolling out its classic Threewheeler for the year in an official announcement, where personal transport hopes to be fun and passionate yet again. The Morgan 3 Wheeler doesn’t...

Saab PhoeniX hatchback concept

03/02/2011, Saab’s latest concept comes in the form of the PhoeniX hatchback which debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, where this sleek looking set of wheels is described by Saab as “a visual evocation of the aerodynamic design principles and passion for...

Volkswagen Bulli concept has iPad compatibility

03/01/2011, Volkswagen might just bring back the good old hippie days with their Bulli concept which is being paraded at the Geneva Motor Show, as this modern re-imagination of the legendary car offers built-in iPad support as a sign of the times, where your...

Fuse electric scooter concept

03/01/2011, There is just this thing about going green with your vehicles, and the Fuse electric scooter concept will certainly do its part in making sure your money is well spent – assuming it even makes it off the production line and into the real world, of...

Anti-groping cameras for trains in Japan

03/01/2011, We know just how crowded it can get when it comes to sitting on a train in Japan during rush hour, and without the segregation of gender, it is bound to happen that some less-than-sane folks are going to use that as an excuse to grope their way through...