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Wed, May 27, 2015 10:48 AM
The hoverboard uses propellers to get off the ground, but it is still controlled by the user's feet.
A study has shown that they are more dangerous than cellphones, but how do we control it?
With a recorded land speed near 80 mph, this cow pie-powered passenger bus can positively fly.
Low gas prices and resistance to trying something new is hurting electric car sales now, but experts agree we can't just let the SUVs win.
Top-down driving can be pretty great, but there are some costs with the coolness.
The new screens are less than a millimeter thick and weigh next to nothing.
Some call it 'a Keurig for food,' but that's a disservice. The Genie is much more interesting than that.
GeoOrbital's design looks cool, and it converts any bicycle into an electric bike. Oh, and it takes 5 minutes to install.
Raymond Wang wins prestigious $75,000 award for engineering a system to make cabin air safer.
In fact, everybody had a really good time during the Ecomobility Festival.
A woman is suing her boss for firing her after she refused to be tracked. Can a company really do that?
The company's self-driving vehicles have been in 11 minor accidents, but why not blame the other guy?
Referred to as a 'Jahn-Teller metal,' it could offer breakthroughs in the science of superconductivity.
While the kebobs will stay the same, the diesel generator noise and air-polluting emissions will not.
And one thing that isn't surprising: The Germans are ready for fast driving; Americans aren't.
We're getting more and more smart devices with teensy little idle loads — but they're adding up fast.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.