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Translogic is moving to Autoblog with a new host, Jonathon Buckley. The award-winning video series has covered breakthroughs in transportation technology since it launched on AOL Autos in 2011. Jonathon will now continue that tradition at Autoblog.

In the weeks ahead, Translogic will deliver episodes featuring an Italian supercar, a three-wheeled hypermiler, and a plug-in hybrid sportscar. Catch Jonathon's debut episode of Translogic, premiering today on Autoblog at 12:45PM ET, featuring the all-electric Mission RS superbike.

Stay tuned for new installments of the series every-other Monday, over at Autoblog.

Crowdfunding Combat: Me-Mover vs. Halfbike vs. Verrado

Posted Apr 14th 2014 at 12:10PM by Christopher McGraw
Normally in our Crowdfunding Combat series we pick two similar Kickstarter projects and pit them head to head against one another in a winner-takes-all combat to the death (minus the whole death part), but not this week. In this edition of Crowdfunding Combat we will take a look at three new-age...

Google Street View Takes A Ride Down The Colorado River

Posted Mar 13th 2014 at 4:10PM by Christopher McGraw
Google Street View is hardly new. The tech giant introduced this Google Maps enhancement in 2007 to help users experience unfamiliar locations as if they were there. In 2012, Google unveiled Trekker, a combination of their Street View camera and a backpack. This device has allowed Street View to...

Crowdfunding Combat: ATLAS Heavylifting Multicopter vs. The Pocket Drone

Posted Mar 4th 2014 at 5:00PM by Christopher McGraw
In early December, online retail goliath Amazon made headlines when they announced their plan for octocopter delivery drones, but that's not the only use for multi-rotor aerial technology. Similar multicopters have become extremely popular with photography and filmmaking enthusiasts in recent ye...

Tesla Announces Details Of Proposed Gigafactory Battery Plant

Posted Feb 27th 2014 at 12:45PM by Christopher McGraw
It's another day and electric automaker Tesla Motors is in the news once again. Tesla announced Wednesday that they will be offering $1.6 billion in convertible senior notes to the public. According to the press release, Tesla will use these funds to assist in "the development and production ...

Tesla-Based Rinspeed XchangE Concept Offers A Vision For The Future Of Autonomous Driving

Posted Feb 19th 2014 at 1:15PM by Adam Morath
It has become an annual tradition for Swiss automaker Rinspeed to release details of its latest inventive concept just ahead of the Geneva Motor Show. Not your customary custom shop, Rinspeed considers themselves an "automotive think tank and mobility lab." Perhaps it's no surprise, then, that t...

Will BMW-Designed Bobsled Give Team USA An Edge At The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics? [UPDATE]

Posted Feb 7th 2014 at 3:20PM by Adam Morath
When we first reported on BMW's plans to develop a new bobsled for Team USA, the 2014 Winter Olympics were over two years away. Now the games are upon us and BMW's high-tech, carbon fiber sled is ready for competition in Sochi....

Supiore Uno Takes Electric Cruising To The Seas

Posted Jan 29th 2014 at 12:35PM by Christopher McGraw
It should be obvious to even casual readers of TRANSLOGIC that electric cars are quickly gaining in popularity. Audi, BMW, Ford, Nissan and Tesla all have plug-ins on the market or coming soon....

Google Ads May Offer Free Rides To The Store

Posted Jan 24th 2014 at 3:00PM by Christopher McGraw
Every year, businesses spend billions of dollars on advertising, often with the goal of getting consumers to their locations to purchase goods or services. While ads can certainly be an effective means of getting people out of their chairs and into their cars, wouldn't it just be easier if the b...

DriveSafe Google Glass App Helps Keep Drivers Awake At The Wheel

Posted Jan 17th 2014 at 12:45PM by Adam Morath
Our connected devices are typically viewed as the root of the distracted driving problem, but what if they became part of the solution? A new app for Google Glass seeks to do just that. DriveSafe is designed to help Google Glass wearers stay more alert at the wheel. Users engage the app throu...

Host Bradley Hasemeyer Departs TRANSLOGIC For Next Adventure

Posted Jan 11th 2014 at 12:35PM by Adam Morath
Longtime TRANSLOGIC host Bradley Hasemeyer has departed the show to pursue new opportunities. It has been a privilege to work with Bradley since TRANSLOGIC launched nearly four years ago and his contributions will be missed. Bradley will continue to appear on the site for the next few episode...


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