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CES 2013: Ultra-HD screens coming

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LAS VEGAS -- Televisions wider than sedans and thinner than a deck of cards will be on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show here this week. They will be packed with so many more pixels that individual blades of grass will stand out on a football field, as will...
CES 2013: Ultra-HD screens coming
Coda recalls 78 electric sedans
Going the distance: driving the Tesla Model S in the real world

Hail This: NYC Taxis Considering App Proposals to Make Catching a Cab Easier

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(flickr.com/adrian8_8) For those of you who love Uber but can’t always shell out the dough for rides in swanky black sedans, your lives may soon get a lot easier. ABC News reports that the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission is accepting proposals from smartphone mobile apps that will enable...
Hail This: NYC Taxis Considering App Proposals to Make Catching a Cab Easier

TESLA CRUSHES ITS CRITICS: Three Cheers For The Only Successful New American Car Company In 50+ Years

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The only successful new American car company in more than half a century, Tesla, reported its first quarterly profit yesterday. It wasn't a big profit. But the fact that it was any sort of profit blew away investors, who instantly bid the company's stock up 25%, to a new...
TESLA CRUSHES ITS CRITICS: Three Cheers For The Only Successful New American Car Company In 50+ Years

Tesla Motors Partners With Wells Fargo And US Bank To Finance Model S Electric Cars

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Today, Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors has announced a new plan to allow consumers to finance its Model S Electric cars, thanks to a partnership with Wells Fargo and US Bank. The company says that this is a new kind of financing product that “combines the surety and comfort of ownership...
Tesla Motors Partners With Wells Fargo And US Bank To Finance Model S Electric Cars
Tesla reaches 'turning point,' promises mass production for 2013

2012: The Summer of Ridesharing with Zimride, Ridejoy, Carpooling and more

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This summer, millions of people will pile into their cars in search of the closest coastline. Hundreds of thousands of sedans, SUVs and sports cars will be stacked bumper to bumper…with a plethora of empty car seats. Our highway system stretches across the globe like clogged arteries. And a solution...
2012: The Summer of Ridesharing with Zimride, Ridejoy, Carpooling and more

Sony Anycast Touch live-broadcasting system hands-on (video)

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The Anycast Touch is not only a sleeker incarnation of Sony's all-in-one studio, with a slider design and a manageable-enough 6.6-kg (13-pound) body; it's also the company's first such system to feature a touchscreen interface. The machine sports two touch-enabled displays, allowing users to adjust audio controls, type via...
Sony Anycast Touch live-broadcasting system hands-on (video)

We're the same, we're the same, we're...

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Take a look at just about any industry with many competitors--colleges, hotels, sedans, accounting firms (especially accounting firms)...The websites bend over backwards to be just like all the others. You can't identify one hotel website from another if you delete the name of the hotel (unless there's a beach or...
We're the same, we're the same, we're...

Uber Comes To Asia, Starts Trials In Singapore

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Uber has brought its premium taxi calling app to Singapore—the first country in Asia to get it. The company has been trialing its service here for the past week. According to users who have tried it out here, it runs Mercedes Benz S-Class sedans, setting it above the usual smaller...
Uber Comes To Asia, Starts Trials In Singapore

Fisker plans to replace the battery packs on 640 Karma sedans

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Fisker Automotive hasn't exactly had the smoothest of launches for its all-electric Karma sedan, and it's now been dealt yet another small setback. As Wired Autopia reports, Fisker now plans to replace the battery packs on nearly all of the Karmas that have rolled off the assembly line --...
Fisker plans to replace the battery packs on 640 Karma sedans
In new Cadillac sedans, vibrating seats warn you of impending danger

Uber finally drives into Asia as the private car service begins testing in Singapore

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Uber, the private car hire service that has taken the US by storm, has ramped up its global expansion plans after stepping into Asia for the first time with a soft launch in Singapore. There have been rumors of Uber’s launch in Singapore since October 2012 when tech blog SGE...
Uber finally drives into Asia as the private car service begins testing in Singapore
Will you rent your ride to a stranger? Peer-to-peer carsharing arrives in Seattle

Roewe 350: The first car to run on Android

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Filed under: China, Technology, Roewe Google and the Chinese government are having a little row right now, but that hasn't stopped China's love for Google goods. The production lines for the Roewe 350 have started rolling out sedans, and the little four-door, designed as a sign of SAIC's automotive futur,e...
Roewe 350: The first car to run on Android

NYC rolls out six Nissan Leafs in EV taxi pilot, good luck catching one

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New York City's full-on EV taxi blitz may not come until late this year, but the metropolis is taking its first tentative steps into that electric world as of today: it's deploying the six Nissan Leaf cabs promised as part of a pilot program. The half-dozen sedans will spend...
NYC rolls out six Nissan Leafs in EV taxi pilot, good luck catching one
Zappos CEO buys 100 Tesla Model S sedans for his Project 100 transportation initiative in Las Vegas

DC City Council's "Uber Amendment" Would Force Sedans To Charge 5x Taxi Prices (And Kill UberX)

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Uber cannot catch a break in Washington, DC. The city taxi commission tried to shut the private car service down last January over rule violations that it wasn’t actually committing. Now the local government is taking another shot, considering a legislative amendment tomorrow that would force sedan car services like...
DC City Council's "Uber Amendment" Would Force Sedans To Charge 5x Taxi Prices (And Kill UberX)

Uber brings its private car service to Taipei, Taiwan, its second new launch in Asia this week

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Uber‘s foray into Asia continues after the US-headquartered private car hire firm launched in ‘stealth mode’ in Taipei, Taiwan. The rollout is its second new launch in Asia this week — following its arrival in Seoul, Korea, on Tuesday — and it takes the company to three cities in the...
Uber brings its private car service to Taipei, Taiwan, its second new launch in Asia this week
Uber wins battle against price-fixing legislation in Washington, DC
Mayor Bloomberg aims to ease range anxiety in NYC with 10K EV charging points by 2019

Thanks to new legislation, UberTAXI expands to Washington D.C.

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Thanks to new legislation, Uber, the posh car-hailing service, has rolled out its taxi service in Washington DC. In the nation’s capital, smartphones users can now hail a DC cab, as well as one of Uber’s sedans or SUVs. The news was announced today on the company blog. Given its troubles...
Thanks to new legislation, UberTAXI expands to Washington D.C.
Mr. Kalanick Goes To Washington: How Uber Won In DC
Tesla Model S named Motor Trend Car of the Year by unanimous decision
Uber Is Offering a Free Taxi Ride to Every New Yorker to Promote Its Yellow Cab App
Tesla Motors: $27 Million Q2 Revenue, On Track To Ship 5000 Model S Sedans By Year-End

Coda's all-electric sedan goes on sale in California, hopes to entice buyers with fancy keychains

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It took a couple of kicks to the sticker price and a range-slashing redesign, but Coda's all-electric sedan is finally ready to take you a stone's throw away from your nearest EV charger. Haggling starts at $37,250 at select dealers in California, although exploiting the right tax credits could...
Coda's all-electric sedan goes on sale in California, hopes to entice buyers with fancy keychains

Uber Is Close to Launching a Taxi App to Hail and Pay for Yellow Cabs in New York City

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick (Photo: Tech Cocktail) A source has informed Betabeat that Uber–the pricey, San Francisco-based request-a-ride app for black cars–is planning on an imminent launch for a similar service for yellow cabs in New York City. Uber already lets riders in New York City order and pay for private...
Uber Is Close to Launching a Taxi App to Hail and Pay for Yellow Cabs in New York City
Old-School Car Dealers Whining Tesla Dealerships are Illegal
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