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SF Bay Bridge Detour Explained Using Computer Graphics

05/17/2011, Bay Area officials have announced that the San Francisco bay bridge is going to be the subject of scheduled construction work. To make that happen, commuters will be redirected to a detour. The construction itself is not that interesting. The way it will...

Renault Twizy electric car starts to receive online reservations

05/16/2011, The wonders of online reservation has not only spilled over to the world of purchasing movie tickets as well as seats for an upcoming play, but you can now reserve your next green vehicle purchase – the Renault Twizy which will be part of the...

YikeBike Fusion released

05/15/2011, Remember the YikeBike electric folding bike that we looked at a couple of years ago? Well, the New Zealand-based company who has its headquarters in Christchurch has a brand new “toy” for all you big boys out there – we are looking at...

Solar Impulse takes off for first international flight

05/13/2011, We did take a look at the Solar Impulse earlier this month, and it is now official – the solar-powered aircraft has taken to the skies for its maiden international flight from Switzerland to Belgium. The aircraft already holds a 26-hour record for...

Uno III three-wheeled bike right out of Transformers movie

05/12/2011, For those of you who gain your thrills from travelling around on two wheels at breakneck speeds, then chances are you would have a beast of a motorbike in your garage. How about trying something out different with the Uno III? This is a three-wheeled bike...

Ford intends to give cars more smarts with Google Prediction API

05/11/2011, Ford Motor Company intends to rely on the Google Prediction API so that it is capable of predicting driver behavior – and hence, harvest such information in order to make vehicles perform even better. The whole idea of using cloud-based storage and...

Free electric car charging in San Francisco until 2013

05/11/2011, San Francisco will provide free electric car charging in various parts around the city, at least until 2013. Not only will select city-owned parking garages offer this service, the San Francisco International Airport will also offer a similar service,...

Lubricheck makes sure you change your engine oil on time

05/10/2011, When it comes to cars, technology has certainly improved by leaps and bounds, letting you change the engine oil at intervals that are far longer than what it used to be. For older vehicles, generally 3 months or 5,000km (whichever comes first) is a rule...

iBike Dash CC turns your iPhone into a cycling trainer

05/09/2011, The great thing about smartphones is that they can be used for pretty much anything. We’ve seen it from making phone calls, to being used in surgery – the possibilities are endless. Velocomp has decided to give you one more reason to bring your...

Jaguar C-X75 entering production in 2013

05/06/2011, The Jaguar C-X75 that was shown off as a concept car at the Paris Motor Show last year has been given the green light to enter production. Jaguar has announced that they will be working with Williams F1 on the creation of the car, which is set to launch...

Nissan LEAF Review

05/05/2011, The Nissan LEAF is the first mass produced full electric car: no gas tank, no tailpipe. But the LEAF is of course not the first electric car ever made. The EV1 from GM and the Tesla Roadster have been on the roads for years and technically speaking not...

2012 Ford Focus: mobile hotspot on wheels

05/05/2011, Families who can’t live without the internet, especially on long road trips will be glad to know that if they buy a 2012 Ford Focus with Ford SYNC, long road trips don’t necessarily mean no more internet. The car will have the ability to turn...