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  • Self Driving Continental Is Close to Being Road Legal

    It may sound like the fevered imaginings of a crazy science fiction author, but cars piloted by computer software are just about to become legal. Continental Automotive Group is only the latest in a line of car manufacturers with dreams to release a street legal car that navigate all by itself. But as states like […]

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  • Microsoft Mustang Unveiled

    A partnership to make any tech geek do backflips on the spot, Microsoft and West Coast Customs have put together what might be best described as the ultimate nerd wagon: a 1967 Ford Mustang replica body crammed with 2012 Ford Mustang guts and about as much Microsoft brand gadgetry as you can possibly stand. The […]

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  • New Online Source for Luxury Pet Travel

    People and their pets seem to be attached at the hip these days. Part companion, part fashion accessory, Fido seems to spend as much time out and about with his owner as he does curled up on the edge of the bed. I guess it’s good news for both parties that there’s a new website […]

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  • Spansion and Nuance Offer Improved Speech Recognition in Cars

    It’s always interesting to note the ways in which consumer demand drives technological innovation, and the latest challenge to mobile developers seems to be finding hands-free solutions for drivers that insist on using mobile technology on the go (even though it wasn’t specifically intended to be utilized in such a literal manner). And everyone is […]

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  • Tech Cars Dominate in 2012

    Car fans used to get excited about simple add-ons to their favorite vehicles. Optional 6-CD stereo systems. After market navigation computers that could be mounted on the dash. But 2012 is the year when car aficionados and tech geeks will meet. Technology is more integrated than ever in our cars, and the best new vehicles […]

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  • 3D Printing Ready to Change the World

    Imagine the world as it was twenty years ago, just as average Americans were tentatively exploring the internet; when cellular telephones could barely fit in your purse, let alone your pocket; and when paper spooled out of your printer on additional margins that you had to crease and tear off while the printer itself was […]