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Feds To Company: Stop Testing Autonomous Bus With Children

The Transdev EZ10 Generation II autonomous shuttle.

Turns out the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is a lot less fungible when it comes to children. The NHTSA sent a letter to Transdev demanding the mobility company cease using
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Date:
10/22/2018
3D-Printed Guns Can be Traced by
University at Buffalo

Wenyao Xu, lead author of the University at Buffalo study.

3D-printed guns are wildly controversial, in no small part because they’re virtually untraceable. A study from the University at Buffalo could change that. The 1968 Gun Control Act (GCA)
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Date:
10/19/2018
Google Maps Directs you to Nearest EV Charging Stations
As EV charging stations dot the landscape, they’ve become crucial landmarks – hence Google’s interest. Google Maps can now route you to the nearest EV charging stations. A new update for Google Maps Android and iOS apps draws
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Date:
10/16/2018

Electric Pickup Truck is Beefy Like a Hummer
If you want some muscle from your EV, Bollinger Motors’ B2 electric pickup might fit the bill. Last year, Bollinger unveiled the B1 electric SUV, the world's first all-electric sport
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Date:
10/14/2018
Britain to End Rebate for Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles
Britain is modifying its Plug-In Car Grant program, eliminating the rebate for plug-in hybrid vehicles and reducing it for all-electric vehicles. “The PICG has helped the plug-in hybrid market become more established, and the government will now focus
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Date:
10/12/2018
Porsche to Abandon Diesel, Invest $7.1 Billion in Electric Mobility

The Porsche Taycan EV, due in 2019.

Porsche is moving ahead with its electric pit stop concept, and with their Taycan EV due next year, the German automaker announced they’d be dropping diesel. While
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Date:
10/05/2018
A Printable Solar Cell as Big as a Standard Sheet of Paper
Swansea University
In a huge renewable energy breakthrough, researchers from Swansea University have printed a perovskite solar module the size of a standard sheet of paper. The module is the size of an A4 sheet of paper (8.3 x 11.7 in), 6x bigger than similar 10x10 cm2 modules of this type, all the more special because
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Date:
10/04/2018
California's Last Nuclear Plant Makes Way for Zero-Carbon Options

California's last operational nuclear power plant, the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, will close by 2025.

California’s last operational nuclear power plant will close by 2025, and Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill ensuring the lost energy is replaced by zero-carbon alternatives. The first of two pressurized-water nuclear reactors began operation at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant on May 7, 1985.
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Date:
10/03/2018
World's First Flying Car is an Actual Car
Terrafugia

The Terrafugia Transition.

We’ve spoken a
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Date:
10/01/2018

 



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