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Youxia X Creeps Up On Tesla

07/27/2015, China, the world’s second largest economy, has certainly done its part in going up the manufacturing food chain, and you would be surprised that Chinese startup Youxia Motors has just made an announcement of its very first production car – and it...

Landing A Commercial Boeing 777 In 75 MPH Windstorm Can Be Scary

07/27/2015, Many people are terrified of flying and they’re not reassured by the infamous saying that you’re more likely to die in a car crash on the way to the airport than you are on the plane, and if you happen to be one of those people, then this...

The FlyBag Will Help Contain Explosions On An Airplane

07/27/2015, One can only imagine that setting off a bomb on an airplane while it is mid-air can only mean one thing: destruction. However it seems that researchers have come up with a way to ensure that even if a bomb were to go off, its explosion would be contained...

BMW i3 Could Have Been The Basis For Apple’s Electric Car [Rumor]

07/24/2015, There have been numerous reports suggesting that Apple is planning on building their own electric/self-driving car. Since it’s all rumors, there’s really no way of knowing if it is true. However according to a recent report from Manager Magazin (via...

Evenflo Child Car Seat Wants You To Remember Your Kids

07/24/2015, Depending on where you live, it can get rather hot in the summer – and with that, you would also go up head to head with the dangers of heatstroke. Parents too, might also make the potentially fatal mistake of forgetting their babies in the back...

Japan Is Getting A Neon Genesis Evangelion Bullet Train

07/24/2015, You know those Japan-based anime, manga, and video games that you think are pretty big back home? Chances are they have a much larger and dedicated fanbase in Japan itself. Heck, it’s not everyday you get to dine at a Hello Kitty cafe or a Final Fantasy...

Fiat Recalls 1.4 Million Vehicles In The US

07/24/2015, Does FCA US LLC sound familiar to you? If it does not, perhaps just calling the company “Fiat” might ring a bell. That is certainly much better, isn’t it? Having said that, we have heard about how hackers have managed to commandeer a Jeep remotely,...

Terrafugia Flying Car Gets Exterior Remake

07/23/2015, It looks like churning out a flying car is not all that easy, never mind that you will not find too much competition in this particular department in the first place, anyway. Terrafugia and their vision of a flying car is not an unfamiliar concept to us,...

Honda’s 2016 Accord Will Feature Android Auto And Apple CarPlay

07/23/2015, If you hate the idea of having to choose between Android Auto or Apple’s CarPlay, you might not have to with the new 2016 Honda Accord model. The company has recently announced that the upgraded 2016 Accord will be the “highest tech” Accord yet as...

Xiaomi Partners With Uber For On-Demand Smartphone Delivery

07/23/2015, Xiaomi is a smartphone company while Uber is in the business of transporting people from different locations. The only thing both companies might have in common is that Uber needs users to book their services via a smartphone app. However interestingly...

Lexus RC F Shows Your Heartbeat On The Outside

07/22/2015, We do know that Lexus does roll out some pretty mean looking cars, not to mention throwing in all sorts of luxury that you can think of, and this certainly means the company has a rather deep seated interest in making sure that they remain ahead of the...

Hackers Successfully Hack A Jeep Cherokee Remotely

07/22/2015, Internet connected cars sounds like a great idea and something to look forward to in the future, but is it really all that great? After all having it connected also means that it can be hacked, and recently two computer security researchers decided to...

German Carmakers Close To Buying Nokia’s Mapping Service

07/21/2015, About a week ago, it was reported that as far as companies who are interested in Nokia’s HERE mapping service, Uber had apparently lost out to the German carmakers who were able to outbid them. Now according to a follow-up report from The Wall Street...