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Wed, Oct 22, 2014 1:47 PM
The new bi-fuel car runs on 'biogas,' which is already a big deal in Europe — and it's cheap, too.
The device, which goes on sale next year, has a fitness app that monitors movement throughout the day and suggests activity goals to work toward.
If you have a wide smile, people likely perceive you as approachable, but if you have a wide face, you could be seen as untrustworthy.
These Fords look much the same, but they're Jekyll and Hyde under the skin. Your choice: 45 mpg or a 5.8 zero to 60 time.
The so-called God particle could wipe out existence as we know it, and scientists say it would happen 'at the speed of light so there's not going to be any warning.'
The fourth generation Miata is a worthy development of one of the most successful sports cars ever. Nearly a million sold!
Brace yourself — and start saving up — as the arrival of our dirt- and-dust-sucking robotic overlord is imminent.
Studies show that a computer therapist who goes by the name of Ellie is quite effective at getting people to talk about their problems. Why? Because she's not human.
Studies show that following a cup of coffee with a 20-minute nap is one of the most effective ways to wake yourself up.
Walk, ride your bike, take light rail, hop on a city bus or enjoy a streetcar ride across Bridgetown's latest and most unique span.
Take a peek into the near future imagined by one artist in the form of the signs of the day.
There are 1,000 of these hybrid muscle/battery power vehicles on the road, mostly in Europe. Only a few are in the U.S., but does 3 cents a mile sound good?
No, it's not Ken Jennings! It's IBM's artificially intelligent computer system Watson!
Could this be the dawn of the robot apocalypse? Researchers are using cloud technology to build a huge online brain for all robots.
No longer just for soccer moms, surfers and state park-touring geriatrics, these enduring staples of the open road are being embraced by a new wanderlust-stricken generation.
All it took was photons, laser beams and some crystals.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.