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Diesels and Hybrids go Head-to-Head


New Diesel Technology: Cleaner and More EfficientNew Diesel Technology: Cleaner and More Efficient

"Clean" and "Diesel" are 2 words that, in the past, were very rarely used in the same sentence. Thanks to new technology, diesels have become cleaner and more friendly to the environment. In fact, as more research is conducted, it is becoming clear that diesels may actually be more "Green" than Hybrids. read more »

Japan-Korea Undersea Tunnel May Join Old Rivals



Inspired by the success, both economic and political, of the Channel Tunnel linking Great Britain and France since 1994, a special exploratory commission formed by Japan's government is looking at a similar scheme to connect Japan and South Korea.
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RoboPorter Robot Baggage Carts Lighten Travelers' Loads



Are robots taking over Japan? "RoboPorter", currently being tested for a few hours each day at Kita Kyushu airport in southwestern Japan, is just the latest computerized contraption designed to do the types of menial jobs Japan's humans don't want to do.
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A New Production Method May Make Ethanol Cheaper


Ethanol Produtcion: Without CornEthanol Produtcion: Without Corn

Alternative fuels have been taking a beating in the media over the last few weeks. Scientists are providing evidence that in the long run, Ethanol won't pay off. However, a new production method from Coskata may be the answer. read more »

Highest Ranking Concept Cars of 2008


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So far we have seen some amazing concept cars from both NAIAS and Chicago. As always, we have to sit around and talk about which ones we would love (or hate) to see put into production. Here are the 8 that got the most kudos.

More Muscle Car Nostalgia


The introduction of the ZR-1 Corvette brought smile's to more than a few Corvette enthusiasts. The ZR-1 package was the king of the Corvettes and showed off the best in GM design and engineering. Earlier this week, Chevy announced another "old-school" based Corvette that is sure to be another crowd pleaser. read more »

Unexpected and Romantic: Hot Middle Eastern Valentine’s Getaways


This Valentine's Day, while others are surprising their lovers with routine island getaways, or for a lucky few, trips to romantic, and increasingly expensive Europe, wouldn't it be nice to rekindle your flame with a trip to an exotic destination?

The Nile (from WikiMedia)The Nile (from WikiMedia)


These vacation spots, some undiscovered by Americans, and others now on the beaten path, but no less intriguing, are guaranteed to make anyone other beg for more. read more »

Ford's New Solution


Ford has no problem sharing the sales figures for how many trucks they move off the lot in any given year. And as most would assume, at least half of them are used specifically for or directly supporting a business. Landscapers, contractors and a handful of others often use their trucks as a mobile tool shed/garage/office. Knowing that, Ford went ahead and designed a new system for these traveling tradesmen to make their business more productive and their lives generally easier. read more »

Chicago Auto Show Highlights Part 2


Bragging RightsBragging Rights

We have already seen the cars from Chicago, but what about the Trucks and SUV's? Chicago brought out a handful of very impressive machines and it just wouldn't be right to not show them some love. read more »

Chicago Auto Show Highlights Part 1


YES! The new RoadsterYES! The new Roadster

Yesterday morning, the Chicago International Auto Show opened its doors for the Media to begin coverage. It will open to the public on the 8th of February. If you plan on going, here are some of the highlights from the car realm you may want to check out. read more »

Boats of Tomorrow Without the Wait


Boats have come a long way since the simple Native American row-boats. We have seen complicated sailboats, luxurious steamers and the more recent diesel powed cruise-liners. So, what's next for the world of watercraft? How about boats that fly, or boats that sink? read more »

Philadelphia International Auto Show Preview


The Philadelphia International Auto Show kicks off today bringing both foreign and domestic as well as a few exotics. Here is just a brief overview of what's already there, going to be there and what you can do while you're there. read more »

Nuvifone Puts Garmin into the Cell Phone Market


Garmin is one of the top 3 portable GPS manufacturers in the world (TomTom and Magellan are the other two), and they now want to take-on the cell phone market with their new Garmin Nuvifone. Garmin hopes the Nuvifone will help catapult them into the hugely popular smart phone market in 2008. read more »

5 Most Significant Production Debuts from NAIAS


550 Horsepower Caddy........Oh yes.550 Horsepower Caddy........Oh yes.

Every Auto Show across the world has some kind of significance when it comes to new cars, whether it's a newly designed exotic or a new Hybrid. At NAIAS, there were numerous displays, but 5 were chosen as the most significant, and each for a different reason.

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Top Production Cars from Detroit for 2008


Once again, an auto show comes to a close and it's time to look back and choose the best and worst. Here are the top picks for production cars from the North American International Auto Show. read more »

A New Use for YouTube


BUSTED!!!!!BUSTED!!!!!

When someone has a camera around, everyone becomes exponentially more daring, what can we say, we like to show off. And thanks to video-sharing sites, such as YouTube, we can share our most amazing (and often painful) stunts with the world. Now, Police in Scottland are using those videos to help in reducing traffic accidents. read more »

Mazda's New Rotary Rocket


Mazda is known for it's very clever use of the rotary engine, especially the RX series. Recently, they decided to add another vehicle to the Rotary family, and it's a love-hate relationship. read more »

Zink Inkless Paper - Print Photos Without Using Any Ink!


Full-color pocket-sized printers are now becoming a reality. The reason for this new innovation is that these printers don't use ink or laser technology like most other printers. Instead of ink, these printers use thermal heat to create millions of different colors on a special kind of paper called Zink paper (Zink stands for "zero ink") - these printers are surprisingly inexpensive as well. See the video... read more »

Higher Performance and Lower Fuel Cost for the 2010 Mustang


Since it's release in 2005, the new edition of the Mustang has seen steadily climbing sales and some very happy drivers. They hope to improve upon both with a revamping for the 2010 year model. One which may include Twin-Turbo. read more »

Making the Electric Car Work: Can Israel Succeed?


Renault's, soon to be electric, Megane. (from Channel4.com)Renault's, soon to be electric, Megane. (from Channel4.com)

When a country can't buy oil from most of the Middle East, there are a few smart things to do: reduce consumption, buy from somewhere else, or, introduce the most revolutionary electric car infrastructure ever. For Israel, it's doing all three. read more »