Category: Technobabble

VW Tanoak Pickup Truck “Carefully” Being Considered For The U.S.


The U.S. loves its domestic pickup trucks. Earlier this year at the New York Auto Show, Volkswagen teased American consumers with the Atlas Tanoak pickup truck. Yes, the truck market is dominated by Ford, General

Ford’s New Territory Crossover Isn’t Actually New At All

It’s essentially a rebadged JMC Yusheng S330. While here in America we wait anxiously for the arrival of the new Ford Bronco, the Blue Oval is introducing a new midsize SUV overseas. Or, a somewhat-new SUV,

The New Rules of Marketing an ICO

by Anne Szustek Talbot, director of content at BX3 Ah, summer 2013: When Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” was dominating the airwaves and, other than coverage of a then-sparkling new investment vehicle called MasterCoin, the term

IIHS: Fatal Tesla Crash Proves Partial Automation Is Risky

16 H BY DOMENICK YONEY Autopilot isn’t perfect. David Aylor has a job with some pretty interesting perks. Recently, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) manager of active safety testing has been putting miles on

First Look: New Honda Passport SUV Spied Inside And Out

It’s basically a Honda Pilot with five seats. It looks like rumors we’ve been hearing about a new SUV from Honda are true. Spy photographers in Southern California captured this well-covered people mover on the

China Slams 25-Percent Tariff On American Cars And Motorcycles

The increases would go into effect on August 23. China is turning the heat up in the trade war by placing $16 billion in tariffs against a variety of American exports, including automobiles and motorcycles,

Speeding Aventador SV And 675LT Impounded While Heading To Track

Police fined both drivers $368 and added three points to their driving records. One of the safest and most enjoyable places to test the limits of your car is the race track. It provides a

Fiat 500X Teases Its Subtle Facelift

New LEDs give the 500X an upgraded look. Expect it to debut in September. After visualizing it via render and showing spy photos of it on the move, we now have an even better look

10 Millionth Ford Mustang Rolls Off The Flat Rock Production Line

It’s now officially official. America’s favorite sports car of the last 50 years and the world’s best-selling nameplate in the sports car segment three years straight, the Ford Mustang, is celebrating a major milestone. As

Patreon Makes a Move as Tech Giants Encroach on Its Territory

Patreon’s acquisition of Memberful comes a few months after YouTube and Facebook started rolling out similar subscription services to creators.

Scientists Take a Harder Look at Genetic Engineering of Human Embryos

A year ago, a cell biologist announced that he had successfully used Crispr to edit human embryos for the first time in the US—but plenty of scientists didn’t buy it.

Get Up Close And Personal With The 1,307-HP Milan Red Hypercar

Deliveries will start next year. A new video and photos are providing a much better look at the Milan Red. Markus Fux the Austrian entrepreneur behind the supercar aims to put the wild machine on the

How Engineering the Climate Could Mess With Our Food

Scientists look at the eruptions of Mount Pinatubo and El Chichón to give us a glimpse at how geoengineering might affect a critical global system: agriculture.

See Karma In Action As Illegally Parked Ferrari Gets Towed

Nobody escapes the parking police in London. Some might call it a travesty against one of the most amazing supercars ever built. Others might call it hilariously awesome karma. We suspect the owner of this

How will coding be relevant in the future?

Chances are — when the coders of today tell their grandparents what their jobs are — they get a blank face in response. Or perhaps a puzzled frown. Or a confused shake of the head. But the art of

The Tight-Lipped Drivers Steering Tokyo’s Taxis

Oleg Tolstoy photographed the men and women who suit up to ferry passengers around Shibuya and Shinjuku.

Meet Dr. Laser — the mastermind behind holography’s past and future

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Jason Arthur Sapan, more commonly known as Dr. Laser, is the last professional holographer in NYC and, well, probably the world. Dr. Laser takes us on a journey through the world of lasers, holographs, and how this seemingly simple marriage of art and science isn’t just a childhood novelty. Read more…

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