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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...
Mar 04, 2014
‚Äč Ed. Crowdfunding Combat (formerly Kickstarter Kombat) is a new recurring series on the TRANSLOGIC blog that profiles two active campaigns on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and asks readers...
Aug 21, 2013
Car Hacking With CarKnow...
Aug 05, 2013
In the late 1990s, Nintendo bundled a controller attachment known as the Rumble Pak with their popular Star Fox 64 video game. The motorized accessory attempted to mimic the onscreen action...
Jul 26, 2013
A new app for Glass, the wearable smart device from tech giant Google, provides Tesla Model S owners with a futuristic way to control their futuristic ride. The appropriately named GlassTesla app...
Jul 02, 2013
Tony Stark isn't the only one with a heads up display (HUD) in his helmet. Thanks to Russian technology startup LiveMap, motorcyclists may soon be able to take advantage of a HUD like those...
Jun 18, 2013
We've all been there. That awkward moment when you step on a bus or train without exact change. It's enough to keep some from regularly using public transit....
May 29, 2013
The Jeep Wrangler has long been considered one of the most capable 4x4 vehicles in the world. Perhaps that's why John Hammond selected the Wrangler as the off-road vehicle of choice for his...
Apr 19, 2013
You no longer need the latest car to keep track of vital vehicle data--only the latest app for your smart phone. The Apps for Vehicles Challenge, announced in October by the U.S. Department of...
Apr 04, 2013
Automakers rolled out the red carpet for Hollywood debuts of their latest concepts and new models at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show. This year we noticed that a bit of the tech you'd expect from...
Dec 03, 2012
Finding a parking spot in densely populated areas can be a real pain. It's expensive, time consuming, has potential for sever fines and often requires a lot more driving than planned. But now,...
Mar 30, 2012
Lexus is trying a new recipe with the all-new 2013 GS. We aren't here to go in depth with drive impressions--head to Autoblog for those--we'd rather tell you about the tech ingredients that make...
Dec 30, 2011
It was about the same time the first iPhone launched, back in 2007, that Cadillac began looking toward the future of in-car connectivity. After 4 years of research and development, Cadillac has...
Nov 18, 2011
Ford has finally done it. After a troubled first year, MyFord Touch will get the upgrade we've all been waiting for. Ford says they have updated over 1000 screens. But is it enough?...
Nov 08, 2011
Running to feed the parking meter may soon be a vestige of the past. According to the New York Post, New York City will soon institute a plan to allow drivers to buy extra parking minutes using...
Aug 16, 2011
Technology seems to be the natural enemy of traditional AM/FM radio. First came cassette and CD players, then Satellite Radio, and now wireless iPod connectivity, offering a completely...
Jun 28, 2011
All hail the Prius van. That's what V stands for, right? Actually, Toyota says the V is for versatility. That sounds about right; after all it's pretty much a Prius with a larger cargo area....
Jun 21, 2011
If you're among those waiting for the Volt's price to drop before buying, then today is your day. Well...sort of. GM announced earlier today that they will be shaving $1,005 off the base price of...
Jun 10, 2011
You may have heard about the Cellebrite cell phone extraction device (UFED) in the news lately. It gives law enforcement officials the ability to access all the information on your cell phone...
Apr 29, 2011
iPhone-equipped speed freaks have been enjoying Cobra's iRadar system since its launch last October, and now Android fanboys can finally get in on the action this April. At the gdgt shindig at...
Mar 15, 2011

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