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Film distribution turns documentary auteurs into indentured slaves, so why not create online theaters on a zillion computer screens?
Could fuel-cell cars be on the market by 2015? Congress is restoring research dollars, and -- despite vocal critics -- automakers are still bullish.
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The veteran anchorman and 60 Minutes host hosted me and frequent sparring partner Matt DeBord (car blogger for Slate) on his HDNet program. And then I reversed the camera and interviewed him about EVs.
The program has generated enormous interest, but you have to play by the rules -- and act fast, too.
In the congested traffic of Mumbai, a new breed of bicyclists are changing the image of the bicycle as a poor man's transport.
Used cars are more than an option for many these days, but there are sharks in the water. Here are some tips for smart shoppers. (And it's a great time to consider a used hybrid, too.)
A San Diego company is trying to find an eco-friendly way to recharge electric vehicles.
Tomorrow's cars will be cleaner and greener, but they will also bristle with high-tech features to make driving easier and safer.
German brothel offering discount to environmentally conscious bikers.
GM has a huge climb ahead, and it owes taxpayers like you and me $50 billion. What a contrast with 1947, when pent up consumer demand sent profits -- and company optimism -- soaring.
In cities like Bogotá, Colombia, expensive subways systems are being eclipsed by more efficient and cost-effective mass bus systems. Will it catch on?
MNN's Jim Motavalli and Slate's Matt DeBord toss around the auto industry's future. We disagree on tomorrow's big players, but we both think Chinese carmakers will emerge as global contenders.
A new airline has been created specifically for pets to travel. The 'Today' show checks it out.
Jonathan Kesselman talks to strangers to figure out how hybrid cars work.
Don't be surprised if at least one of these companies becomes as big as (or bigger than) General Motors.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.