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Terrafugia: Taking Travel to Land or Air

Many have reported seeing some strange things in the sky. And Terrafugia may be one of the strangest – one day! By Jody McCutcheon We’ve all been there. Stuck in traffic for hours, breathing in nasty exhaust fumes, bored…

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E-Cars at the CES: Tomorrow’s Cars Today

By Jody McCutcheon Held a short while ago in Las Vegas,  the 2016 CES ® represented something of a departure for the techie-dream trade show. In terms of predicting the future of electric cars, at least, one could say…

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A Vegan Friendly Car? 8 Reasons We Think Tesla Rocks

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi There can be little doubt that Tesla motors is revolutionising the car world. Sure, it’s not  the first company to try and start a  fully-electric car company; in fact, long before Elon Musk gave Tesla…

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Crank It Up! The Ampware CrankCase

By Diane Small We’ve all been there: we’ve had a long, busy day, and go out for a drink after work. Just as you pull out your phone to order an Uber…you see the battery’s dead! And of course,…

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The Naked Beauty of the Lo Res Car by United Nude

By Diane Small When we think of cars of the future, we think of the weird and the wonderful. Sure, the Tesla Model S is one of the highest rated electric vehicles in the world and harnesses incredible technology…

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BMW C Evolution Electric Motorcycle

By Jody McCutcheon Two-wheeled transport has never been so appealing, especially for riders of electric scooters. Forget e-bike speed limits, deafening Vespas and their associated fumes. BMW has thrown its hat into the electric ring with the C Evolution.…

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Top 7 Unexpected Health Hazards in Your Kitchen

By Diane Small With the rise of the Clean Eating movement and with more people developing food sensitivities, there’s a new awareness that learning how to cook healthy, hearty meals at home is a huge first step we can…

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Try, Try Again: Audi’s r8 e-tron

By Jody McCutcheon If at first you don’t succeed… Thank heavens for perseverance. Six years after a first try, Audi has succeeded in creating a production-ready, fully electric sports car. It’s called the r8 e-tron (heck, call it the…

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Heavenly Hybrid: Faradair’s BEHA Airplane

By Nick Miles Birds do it. Bees do it. Even leaves from trees do it. We’re talking about flying here, and it seems nature knows best about how to make things glide. So no wonder BEHA Airplanes  are inspired…

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Ludicrous Beauty: The Tesla Model S 2015

By Jody McCutcheon If you thought the Insane Mode on Tesla’s Model S was, well, insane, it’s safe to speculate what you’ll think of Ludicrous Mode. Even before this newest development, Tesla’s Model S was just about a perfect…

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Bringing the Outdoors In: NaturVention

By Chere Di Boscio One of the founders of NaturVention, Aki, started feeling bad in the university where  spent a lot of time in as a teacher. He wasn’t sure why, but he was always tired, stuffed up and…

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Nelson Piquet Jr Takes the Formula E Prize

By Nick Miles Brazilian Nelson Piquet Jr won the Championship by a single point from Sebastien Buemi, after finishing seventh in a thrilling climax to the Formula E season at London’s Battersea Park on Sunday. Driving for the Chinese…

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Buzzing with Style: The Current Table

By Jody McCutcheon Technology has had a fracturing effect on families: think mom on her cellphone in the den,  dad on his laptop in the study, and junior on his tablet in the bedroom. But the Current  Table has…

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When Cooking Kills: Dazin Cleans Up

By Diane Small Did you know that engaging in an act as simple as cooking dinner for your family can be deadly for many impoverished women around the world? An estimated 4.3 million people die every year from diseases…

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A Dependable Collectible: the Beauty of Vintage Cars

By Jody McCutcheon The philosophy of recycling has been around at least since circa 400 BCE, when Plato challenged the folks of his day to better utilize their waste products. Today,  we recycle clothing, furniture, appliances, electronics, toys, books,…

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Formula E Goes to Moscow

By Arwa Lodhi We usually associate the Kremlin and Red Square with history and tourism more than fast cars and celebrities, but this June saw celebs witnessing 20 drivers racing incredibly fast electric cars around these iconic sites. With…

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Virtually Awesome: Lenovo’s Virtual Keyboard

By Diane Small Ah, keyboards. They can be a bit of a pain, as anyone who has tried to buy a laptop abroad, in a country where English isn’t the main language knows. And don’t even get me started…

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E is for Excellent: Our Top E Bikes for Summer

By Jody McCutcheon We are slowly weaning ourselves off petrol products, but perhaps too slowly. A key means of hastening this endeavor is to reduce our reliance on gas-powered automobiles, especially in urban environments, where they’re most concentrated yet…

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Alain Prost Plans Formula E Test

By Nick Miles Formula E is gaining momentum amongst the creme de la creme of racecar driving. Most recently, Formula 1 legend and e.dams-Renault team owner Alain Prost says he wants to test the Formula E car ‘at the…

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12 Health Apps Made by the Pros

By Diane Small Thanks in no small part to having a small army of specialists to train them, feed them and guide their every move, celebs who put the effort in, like Madonna, Jessica Alba and Kim Kardashian, always…

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Solar Impulse Makes History

By Arwa Lodhi Solar Impulse, the lauded solar aeroplane, has successfully completed the second leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world. Its landing in Ahmedabad completes the second leg of the world’s First Round-The-World Solar Flight,…

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Motown Muscle: Detroit Electric

By Jody McCutcheon Detroit  has produced two main products known around the world and while we dearly love its music, we’re here to talk about “Motown”‘s other key export: the car. You may not know this, but Detroit Electric…