What car has four wheels, one door and no seats? The Kenguru of course! Able to cruise at up to 45 km/h (28 mph) with a range of up to 110 km (68 miles), the environmentally friendly and electrically powered Kenguru offers wheelchair users roll-in, drive-away convenience in a great-looking, affordable package.
The way VW's gorgeous new Beetle Dune Concept turned heads at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, you'd have thought a bikini-clad Kate Upton was on the reviewing stand. Unlike the pneumatic supermodel, however, a production version of Volkswagen's reimagined Baja Bug may soon show up on the streets of your town.
by Cindi Brown
In what will be the largest gathering on sustainability ever to be held in the Middle East, innovators from many sectors will gather in Abu Dhabi on January 18 - 25. Abu Dabai Sustainability Week features the World Future Energy Summit and brings together leaders from the worlds of politics, science, business, and academia to discuss and address the energy challenges of the future. Read on to learn more about the event.
by John P. Barker
Until recently I went camping several times per year. And believe it or not, it gets damned cold in Florida during certain months. So, when nature calls and you've gotta crawl out of that tent at 3 A,M... well, this is close to an answer to staying warm.
by Tech Light
When you have all the money in the world, what is there left to do? Go into space, apparently. A Netherlands-based tourism firm by the name of Space Exploration Corporation today signed a deal with Dexo Travel which will see it taking rich tourists into space at a premium.
by Ron Callari
It's been said that in today's socially connected world, it's almost impossible to completely remove your digital footprint from the Web. As hard as you try, traces of your bon mots, bio clips and tweets seem to remain sticky enough for others to find.
Bicycle riders rejoice, Zackees Turn Signal Gloves put safety in the palms of your hands! This new direction in two-wheeled security allows bike-riders to speak the language of the cars and trucks they share the roads with.
Some of you might remember that last December, FROM Software announced plans to roll out a video game cafe themed after its Dark Souls franchise. Yesterday, that cafe finally opened up in Tokyo, to a great deal of fanfare. Let's have a look, shall we?
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
Party buses are designed for fun and debauchery. They can be rented to help individuals celebrate virtually any event, but are especially popular for weddings and bachelor/bachelorette parties. With a party bus you get a designated driver, and a place to keep the party going without pause while en route to the next club or bar. The only problem with partying that hard is that you're going to feel it in the morning, so some smart individuals ran with the party bus concept, and made a party bus solution.
by Laurie Kay Olson
A new attraction in the French Alps opens today. It is a not-so-simple glass box that is suspended more than 3,200 feet above the valley below. The attraction, known as Step into the Void, is billed as the tallest in Europe. The box is the newest addition to the viewing platform at the top of Aiguille du Midi. The box is glass on top and bottom, as well as three sides, so that you can see everything -- including straight down!
by Chris Weiss
Have a trail-cutting backpacker or first-tracks-etching skier on your holiday shopping list? Our list of holiday gifts includes unique ideas for water, land, snow and air. Get it done right this year.
The Zero Scooter from Bel & Bel combines a Segway with a Vespa to create the oddest two-wheeled personal transport anyone's ever seen. This extremely cool makeover of Dean Kamen's geek icon just might be the coolest & cutest thing on two wheels.
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
Many of us in North America are used to living in relative luxury compared to much of the world. For us, "roughing" it is camping where there's no plumbing or sleeping in European hostels with nothing but our back packs. I won't trivialize it, of course, many North Americans do know what it is like to struggle, but most of us won't have to live shanties for the bulk of our lives, with no electricity, heat, or running water.
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
Smart businesses focus on offering solutions to common problems and needs that everyone has - and there are a limited number of things that all people absolutely require. One of those basic primal needs is to sleep, and there are studies that have shown a nap during the day can greatly increase productivity. But where should you sleep when a nap just can't wait?
Chinese cars have come a long way and they've made the journey in style! These 10 awesome Chinese cars aren't sold here for reasons that aren't always obvious but the fact they've been sold – or even built – anywhere at all is mind-boggling in itself.
The new MINI Cooper is poised to steal the spotlight on November 18th, debuting live three times over three days on three continents. The iconic automobile's latest incarnation is scheduled to be revealed via live streaming from London, Los Angeles and Shanghai.
In the rarefied world of supercars, one has to go to extremes to stand out. Italian niche automaker Covini Engineering has gone one – actually two – better with the outrageous, astonishing and innovative Covini C3A, the world's only 6-wheeled supercar.
Electric bikes and scooters are immensely popular in China but driving one in winter weather leaves many commuters cold in more ways than one. Enter the Scooter Snuggie, an innovative insulated flexible semi-snowsuit that keeps riders from being chilly though it makes them look a little silly.
China's rise to economic power and wealth means hundreds of millions of people can suddenly afford cars, and if you thought hundreds of millions of new drivers on the roads would lead to chaos, just wait until they park!
Stick figure family decals have been around since 2006, if you can believe it, and though their 15 minutes of fame has LONG expired... they unfortunately haven't. These 10 antisocial stick figure family decals cleverly mock, belittle, shame and otherwise skewer those who would advertise their oh-so-perfect socioeconomic status to those stuck in traffic behind them.