Editor Blogs

March 2021
Is 100% Clean Energy by 2035 Feasible?
The Biden Administration has an ambitious renewable energy goal – slash the cost of solar energy by 60% over the next decade to help decarbonize the U.S. power sector by 2035. It sounds nice, but how close are we to punting on carbon? Well…I suppose nothing worth doing is easy – on the photovoltaic
Global Chip Shortage to Affect Production of Ford's F-150

Ford's iconic F-150 will take a huge hit from the global chip shortage.

As vehicles become more and more dependent on their electronic components, they’ve unfortunately been snagged by the global chip shortage. The latest victim – Ford’s iconic pickup truck, the F-150. Last month, Ford announced “significant” cuts to its F-150 production as part of a global semiconductor sh
165-inch Foldable TV Disappears into the Floor
Hate looking at your TV when it’s inert and have more money than you know what to do with? C SEED has the ultimate solution – a 165-inch microLED folding display that disappears into the floor when not in use. For some reason, the old saw “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” seems applicable. Because i
Tesla to Expand Self-Driving Beta Program
Despite the name, Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) beta still requires human supervision. But the more high-profile companies work out the kinks – and prevent fatal accidents – the closer we get to sci-fi-style fully autonomous vehicles. Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently announced that they were expa
Volvo Wants to Ditch the Internal Combustion Engine by 2030
Back in 2017, Volvo claimed their portfolio would be fully “electrified” by 2019. A year later, they said half of their cars would be electric come 2024. Confused yet? No? Howzabout this – the Swedish automaker just announced that they’d be a fully electric brand by 2030. Volvo’s original pronounce