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Cart Bike Takes Recycling Up To Another Notch

03/23/2009, Here’s one interesting DIY project that does its part in keeping the earth green – the Cart Bike. Half bike and half shopping cart, it certainly helps you carry all your shopping home without burdening that back of yours if you happen to love...

Terrafugia Transition Flying Car

03/19/2009, We aren’t living in the space age yet where flying cars is the norm, but that doesn’t mean we can’t move towards that direction. The Terrafugia Transition is the latest flying car that managed to achieve its successful maiden flight...

RAM Mount Tough Tray II

03/16/2009, If you’re a frequent road user who needs quick and easy access to your notebook or netbook, why not consider the RAM Mount Tough Tray II? This car mount is perfect for netbooks, tablet PCs and UMPCs, as it comes with a universal cradle to handle...

Emo Electric Cart

03/15/2009, No, this has nothing to do with the emo culture that is currently sweeping our youth – this lightweight all-electric cart known as E’mo is meant to propogate a green way of living. After all, it weighs a whole lot less compared to a car at...

747 Jet Liner Bed

03/13/2009, Can’t afford a First Class or Business Class seat on board a Boeing 747 even until today? Fret not – Motoart will bring the skies down to you at a more down-to-earth (literally, pardon the pun) prices. The 747 Jet Liner Bed is actually made...

Shared Electric Scooters A Novel Green Idea

03/12/2009, Fancy scooting around the city to get from one point to another without polluting the environment? That’s exactly what Anton Grimes of the University of New South Wales envisions with his idea of shared electric scooters that can be retro-fitted...

AlcoScan AL7000 Premium Breathalyzer

03/12/2009, We’re pretty sure if you’re going to let your hair down this coming weekend and party like there’s no tomorrow, surely a device like the AlcoScan AL7000 Premium Breathalyzer would not be too much to ask if it were to be brought along...

Citroen C-Crosser PSP Edition SUV

03/11/2009, This is totally whacked out – a PSP Edition SUV? Well, that’s what Citroen is offering with their C-Crosser SUV which boasts a pretty notable PSP sticker behind that lets everyone know just how much you appreciate Sony’s efforts when it...

Japan Bullet Trains Get Broadband

03/09/2009, Internet connectivity is getting more and more pervasive, that even passengers on Japan’s world famous Shinkansen bullet trains will soon be able to access the Internet via Wi-Fi from March 14th onwards, thanks to the combined efforts of...

Multimedia On Demand System

03/09/2009, Funtoro-FunStar Professional has just released its latest Multimedia On Demand System that aims to bring your office into your car, and the package is touted to be the most luxurious entertaining and mobile office of its kind currently. Able to support...

OLED Windshield Concept

03/08/2009, Check out this OLED windshield concept – it covers both front and rear displays and are extremely customizable, allowing you to air your views (such as supporting your local favorite sports team) or a message that you want to share with the world....

Brammo Motorsports Electric Motorcycle

03/01/2009, The Brammo Motorsports electric motorcycle looks pretty slick despite being powered by a battery, and will soon be available this May at all Big Box electronics retailers as well as five selected West Coast Best Buy locations. According to CEO Craig...

BMW Intelligent Learning Navigation System

02/26/2009, BMW is always at the forefront of vehicle technology and their latest contribution would be Intelligent Learning Navigation System (ILENA), where the system will learn your (bad) driving habits as well as daily routes in order to assist you better when it...

Toyota To Build Car From Seaweed

02/25/2009, Toyota is already at the forefront of green vehicle technology with their Prius, and this time round they’re looking to construct a new ultralight, superefficient plug-in hybrid that has a chassis made out of seaweed. Doesn’t sound too tough...