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American Airlines Flights Grounded Due To iPad Software Glitch

04/29/2015, A few years ago, American Airlines announced that they would be replacing the flight bags of their pilots with iPads. They even released a video showing off how the entire setup would look like. Admittedly it look rather futuristic and showed that the...

Europe To Make In-Car Emergency Calling Standard By 2018

04/29/2015, There are some cars which comes with a system that allows the driver to contact emergency personnel, or a division within the car maker that tends to such emergencies such as car breakdowns and whatnot. However this is a feature that is typically found on...

Rent An R8 In San Francisco Directly From Audi

04/27/2015, Audi has launched a new pilot program in San Francisco, allowing its residents to rent vehicles directly from the company. The German car market is offering many of its vehicles and those who are interested in this program can even rent out the Audi R8...

Audi Creates Diesel From Water And Air

04/27/2015, Audi has developed a new fuel for internal combustion engines that could potentially be revolutionary in its own right as carmakers do more to combat climate change. It has been able to create synthetic diesel from carbon dioxide and water. Audi’s...

Car Headlights Of The Future Could Do More Than Just Illuminate

04/27/2015, At the moment the headlights of our cars help to illuminate the roads we are driving on at night, and while there are some cars with smarter headlights that will be able to follow the car’s turning around bends, Carnegie Mellon University’s...

China Planning An Electric Sports Car Of Their Own

04/23/2015, With the world’s natural resources starting to deplete, it is not surprising that we’re turning to alternate means, such as creating electric cars to replace fuel cars in an attempt to reduce the amount of fuel we consume. Right now there are several...

Los Angeles Partners Up With Waze, Hope To Cut Down Traffic Jams

04/22/2015, Waze does a pretty decent job of telling users where traffic jams are and sometimes guides users to different routes in a bid to avoid said jams. However these reports largely rely on users to report them meaning that if no one bothered to tell Waze there...

Volvo XC90 Does Away With Front Passenger Seat In Favor Of Legroom

04/22/2015, Over in China, it seems that there is a rise in the wealthy which means that employing a chauffeur to drive you to your office and home, or driving your kids around is becoming more common. However unless you have a limousine, stretching out your legs at...

Solar Impulse Set To Head East Again

04/21/2015, At the end of last month, we did bring you word that the Solar Impulse aircraft has landed in China, and this fuel-free aeroplane has rested long enough, that it has already taken off from Chongqing in western-central China – making its way to...

Japan’s Maglev Train Breaks Its Own Record Yet Again

04/21/2015, Last week we reported that during a testing of Japan’s upcoming maglev train, the company managed to break its previous record by traveling at a speedy 366mph. However we reported that the company had planned on breaking that record this week and sure...

Iconic Volkswagen Camper May Return As An Electric Vehicle

04/20/2015, Read through a list of the most iconic vehicles ever made and you’re likely to come across the Volkswagen Camper, better known as the “hippie wagon.” It’s shape is instantly recognizable all over the world and it’s associated...

BMW Looking Into Augmented Reality Driving Glasses For The Mini

04/20/2015, The car’s dashboard lets the driver see information like their speed, petrol, temperature, RPM, and etc, but it seems that BMW is trying to reinvent the dashboard by creating a pair of augmented reality driving glasses aimed at Mini drivers. At the...

BMW’s New 7 Series Model Will Let You Park It By Remote Control

04/20/2015, We’ve all seen the movies where cars can be parked using remote control. How cool would that be if our cars these days came with that feature, right? It would be incredibly handy for drivers to get into tight spots or drivers who aren’t particularly...