Walls of ice!
This Volvo double decker has electrically only 7 km range!
On this tablet you can read and write as if it were paper!
The passenger carrier Uber argues once again with authorities!
No more empty trucks:free use of AL from cargonexx Not every truck that stands on the right track of the German motorways is fully loaded. Mathematically, every third truck drives completely empty across the country. A start-up from Hamburg wants to change this now. With artificial intelligence (AI) for freight carriers. On weekdays, the right […]
No breathing in the car industry: Google is intensively researching autonomous driving, but wants to incorporate technology into existing standard cars. Now Fiat Chrysler has delivered 100 Chrysler Pacifica hybrid vans to Google subsidiary Waymo. 2017 the cars are to roll through the United States . It’s been just a week since Google has stopped […]
Frameless motorcycle competition steals the show
The first five wagons of the new train have been on the road since Sunday. They are stronger than their 40-year-old predecessors, braking energy back and baby-blue painted.
Uber has updated its application through which you can order service. This fact immediately sparked great controversy related to the right to privacy. It happened because along with updating the application, now she can keep track of users until 5 minutes after you have finished using the Uber services, or simply after exiting a taxi […]
“Why all the maps of the world are bad”? Attempt to answer this horribly difficult question will take one of the presenters of The Vox, in the video posted on YouTube channel.
The largest food manufacturer in the world, company Nestle did just ask chemists to find a method to another structure of the sugar, so it dissolves faster. You can add it to the chocolate less, and that’s a whopping 40% with no change in taste.
A year ago from the Pine Island in Antarctica broke away iceberg with an area of 600 square kilometers. Now we know exactly why it happened, but the answer is very worrying (though not surprising).