2014 BMW i3 hits the race track. A debate still rages on the best way to sell electric cars. Should automakers be boasting of their environmental credentials? Or should they talk in a language people understand
The Japanese rail operator JR Tokai said it would not charge the US to license its proprietary “maglev” technology, which allows trains to hover about 4 inches (10 centimeters) above tracks and travel at speeds of 310 mph (500 kph), according to Nikkei.…
Three automakers–Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota–will offer fuel-cell cars to consumers by the end of 2015, albeit in small numbers and limited areas.
NYC is transitioning its 250,000 street lights to energy-efficient LEDs in an upgrade that should be completed by 2017. Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the timeframe today, noting that the upgraded lights will save city taxpayers around $14 million a year.
You remember Hover, right? If you’re one of our many readers born after 1995, you probably don’t. But that’s OK: we’re here to educate you, dear millennials. The game, which came installed on Windows 95 in the “Fun Stuff” folder, is making a comeback