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Volocopter’s First Manned Flight A Success

04/08/2016, The Volocopter is truly a unique piece of engineering, as it is an 18-rotor “super-drone” which is capable of actually lifting up a person, now how about that? Of course, stealth is far down the bottom of the list when it comes to the Volocopter due...

BMW Enters Car-Sharing Game In The US

04/08/2016, German automaker BMW has just entered the car-sharing market in the US, but they will not go about it alone, of course, as they will be working with RideCell. This particular car-sharing service will be known as ReachNow, and ReachNow will allow Seattle...

BMW To Use HTC Vive In The Vehicle Development Process

04/07/2016, Virtual reality is not just for entertainment purposes, even though on the surface it might seem like it would be ideal for games and movies. In fact carmaker BMW has recently announced that they will be adopting the HTC Vive and will be using the...

Tesla Looks To Boost Production As Model 3 Pre-Orders Reach 325,000

04/07/2016, Almost 100,000 people had already pre-ordered the Tesla Model 3 before CEO Elon Musk had even unveiled the car. Since then the company is receiving tens of thousands of pre-orders for the new vehicle every single day. A full week after it was unveiled on...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Are Coming To Phoenix, Arizona

04/07/2016, Google started testing its self-driving car technology a couple of years ago. The tests were initially limited to its campus in Mountain View, California but the company has gradually put its autonomous cars on public roads after completing various legal...

Airbus And Siemens To Work On Electrically-Powered Planes

04/07/2016, For the most part the majority of consumer flights these days are done using planes that consume fuel. However according to a report from Reuters, it seems that both Airbus and Siemens have announced that they will be working together to create...

Volvo To Conduct Huge Self-Driving Car Test In China

04/06/2016, It is no secret that many carmakers are working on self-driving vehicles. In fact many have already begun testing them on small scales. Volvo is one of those carmakers who is currently testing out the technology, but it looks like the company is looking...

Thales Unveils The Future Of Inflight Entertainment Systems

04/06/2016, When it comes to inflight entertainment, many airline companies have upgraded their systems to include newer systems, although for the most part many of them are still quite small and not exactly fun to watch movies on, that is unless you’re willing to...

Lyft Is Expanding Its Carpooling Service To Six Additional Cities

04/05/2016, Carpooling is almost always a very good idea. If multiple people are going the same way then it makes sense to try and put them in one car instead of individual cars, not only does it save money but it’s also good for the environment.Lyft has...

Uber CEO Stares At Class-Action Lawsuit Concerning Price Fixing

04/04/2016, Being a CEO of a company is certainly a cushy title, but there is quite the amount of responsibility that comes along with such a position, of course. Uber’s CEO will now need to face claims that he has worked alongside drivers when it comes to price...

GeoHot Gets Millions In Backing For His Self-Driving Car Technology

04/04/2016, GeoHot or George Hotz is famous for being the first person to jailbreak the iPhone several years ago. He remained a part of the jailbreaking scene for a few years, he even developed a jailbreak for the PlayStation 3 which landed him in a lot of trouble...