New Technology

Tesla Model X sudden unintended acceleration

Tesla Model X Owner Sues Over Sudden Unintended Acceleration

Published on January 2nd, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

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When a Tesla Model X suddenly leaps forward and crashes through a wall into someone's living room, is it driver error or a computer glitch? And if it is driver error, should the car protect its occupants anyway? Those questions will be answered in a law suit filed in California December 30. ... Read More


Auto industry

Auto Industry Fuel Economy Lies Exposed

Published on December 31st, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

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The Association of Automobile Manufacturers is lying to the American public again, blaming CAFE fuel economy regulations for the high cost of new cars rather than their own greed. ... Read More


Politics

Opponent of federal EV tax credit

Federal EV Tax Credit Under Attack By Oil Gluttons

Published on December 31st, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

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The fossil fuel industry is ready to attack the federal EV tax credit in order to continue polluting the skies, oceans, and land with the deadly poisons it leaves behind. It has bankrolled a new organization with a patriotic name that wraps itself in the flag. ... Read More


Shipping

Dolphin tail Flapping Foil concept

Dolphin Tail More Efficient Than Propeller For Ships

Published on December 29th, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

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Scientists and engineers in Norway have developed a new way of moving ships through the water that resembles how a dolphin tail or whale tail propels those animals forward. They say the new design is up [&hellip... Read More


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