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A Self Driving Apple Car: A Potential Reality

A letter sent last month to U.S. transportation officials offers some insight into Apple’s plans for the growing self-driving vehicle market. The letter from Steve Kenner, director of product integrity at Apple, addresses the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy crafted by the Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Adminstration (NHTSA). “The company is […]

Geely, Volvo Announce New Car Line

Geely announce a new car brand – a cooperative venture with Geely-owned Volvo, called Lynk & Co. Lynk & Co’s first vehicle will be an SUV called the 01, an innovative vehicle that owners will be able to customize digitally, both by reconfiguring the main touchscreen display in the center of the dashboard and by […]


Norwegian company Hareide Design has unveiled a new yacht that makes the common man’s yacht look like a leaky canoe. The ship is named “108M” after its impressive size — 108 meters, or approximately 350 feet. The concept features a garden, floor-to-ceiling windows in the grand hall, and even its own private beach. The yacht’s […]

Virgin Galactic Gets its Spaceship License

Virgin Galactic is one step closer to making us all space tourists: it just received its operator license from the US Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Commercial Space Transportation. This allows Virgin Galactic to use its ship for commercial operations. THE FAA looked into the vehicle’s system design, safety features and flight trajectory analysis. Virgin […]

Introducing: The Lamborghini Centenario

Sold out upon its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Centenario is basically an exclusive club for 40 people with $1.9 million each. That money buys them an all-carbon fiber supercar with 760 hp, the ability to rocket to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and the ultimate bragging rights at any valet stand. […]

You Don’t Have To Register This Drone With The FAA

The palm-sized ONAGOfly is an affordable GPS-enabled drone that automatically takes photos using smile and obstacle recognition technology. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) normally requires registration for unmanned aircraft systems. Nearly 300,000 drone owners have registered since the government introduced this rule in early January. But, this bite-sized flying camera is so small (0.3 lbs) […]

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