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Pioneer Launches Their First CarPlay Dashboard System

10/02/2014, Earlier this year, Apple officially announced CarPlay which was formerly known as iOS in the Car. Apple has obviously partnered up with several car manufacturers in the process in order to bring the feature to future car models, but what about those who...

Stella Solar Powered Vehicle Can Seat Four

09/29/2014, Most of the time, when it comes to solar powered cars, those are not exactly the kind of rides that you would want to take across the country as you can never quite tell just when you are going to run out of juice, especially when you have driven straight...

BMW i Wallbox Pro Charging Station Revealed

09/29/2014, When you have one of the most sought after electric cars on the planet like the BMW i8, you know for sure that everything about this car is far from being ordinary. Heck, it would definitely love to have some time under the limelight, and everything that...

Is This What Android Auto Could Look Like?

09/28/2014, Google has just introduced developer guidelines for apps which will be powering the 16-year old company’s upcoming in-car software. Known as Android Auto, this particular ride is tipped to be introduced before the year comes to an end, allowing one to...

Ford Admits To Sending False Engine Noise Via Car’s Speakers

09/28/2014, Ah, the Ford Mustang, deemed by fans to be one of the quintessential muscle cars from the U.S., might have run into a spot of trouble. Apparently, Ford has stepped forward to admit that they have pumped false engine noise into the cab via the vehicle’s...

Foxconn Invests $811 Million Into Building Electric Vehicles

09/26/2014, Foxconn is a company known for helping a variety of other companies manufacture and assemble their products, with Apple probably being one of the company’s most high profile clients. However it seems that Foxconn could be thinking of branching out and...

Nissan Battles Pollution In London With LEAF

09/26/2014, Nissan, the Japanese automaker, has brought to the fore London’s fight for better air quality through the use of their 100% electric Nissan LEAF. The Nissan LEAF happens to hold the distinction of being the best-selling electric vehicle (EV) in the...

Fancy A Kill Switch In Your Car?

09/26/2014, Earlier this month, we did read on how Apple devices are set to include a default kill switch as part of its setup, and if one were to roll back the clock by a few months, then we would have read about a mandatory kill switch bill in California having...

Maglev Train Tested, Hits 500kph In Japan

09/24/2014, The shinkansen, or bullet train as it is commonly known, is one of the unique characteristics of Japan when it comes to traveling across the country in comfort and speed. There has been tests to deliver faster and faster trains, and the Central Japan...

Japan Looks To Build Space Elevator

09/22/2014, In February earlier this year, we brought you word that there might be a more affordable way to transport people to space and back which does not require a spacecraft, and neither will it burn as much fuel along the way. That was the idea of a space...

Engine Firing Test Completed For India’s Low-Cost Mars Mission

09/22/2014, One particular indicator that a country is ready to move forward to the next level of technological advancement would be space travel and exploration – and while the U.S. and Russia kicked things off with the race to the moon in the 1960s, here we...

Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car Looks Unique

09/22/2014, While the world has definitely seen some rather strange rides in the past, here we are with something that can be considered to have taken the cake, so to speak. I am referring to the Stained Glass driverless sleeper car that you see above, and it so...

France Goes Anti-Uber As Well With New Law

09/19/2014, It looks like the French government are not too thrilled with the presence of Uber in their country, as yesterday evening, France’s National Assembly voted definitively in favor of the pro-taxi “Thévenoud law”. In other words, the Thévenoud law...