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Bomb squads are commonly depicted as operating with surgical precision as they cautiously clip the correct-colored wire to disarm a threat. While this may sometimes be the case in reality, there...
Nov 07, 2013
We all know the dangers of texting while driving, but what about Google Glass-ing while driving? California resident Cecelia Abadie became one of the first people to be ticketed for wearing the...
Oct 31, 2013
LAPD BatCat remote controlled telehandler...
Oct 30, 2013
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a pervious Supreme Court ruling stating federal authorities must seek out a warrant before equipping suspects' vehicles with GPS monitoring devices....
Oct 23, 2013
As Department of Energy relaunches loan program, we consider past successes and failures...
Aug 28, 2013
Tesla's claim that its Model S received a record-breaking safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is raising a few eyebrows, with some critics (including NHTSA)...
Aug 22, 2013
You'd be wrong to call the DTV Shredder a Segway on steroids. This all-terrain dual tracked vehicle from BPG Werks operates in a space all its own....
Jun 17, 2013
Public bus systems have changed quite a bit in the past few decades. In addition to greener powertrains, increasingly popular bus rapid transit lines run more efficiently and often offer...
Jun 05, 2013
Advanced charging infrastructure in Portland, Ore. allows electric vehicle drivers to go further, faster...
May 31, 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
Tesla Motors announced Wednesday that it has paid off a $465 million U.S. Department of Energy loan in full with interest. In doing so, Tesla becomes the first U.S. automaker to completely repay...
May 22, 2013
A video released Monday shows the first vertical takeoff of a Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II. While impressive, don't think that runways will soon be obsolete. In order to achieve vertical...
May 21, 2013
After the Federal Aviation Administration grounded all Boeing 787 Dreamliners for nearly three months following a battery fire, federal officials have approved plans to get the planes back in the...
Apr 23, 2013
The U.S. Department of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency, commonly known as DARPA, awarded $1 million for the crowdsourced design of a new "mobility and drivetrain subsystem" for a next...
Apr 23, 2013

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