Looking around, what problem, what opportunity in any way resembles the earliest era of the PC? There's only one: energy.
The Stanford team that built the half-million dollar vehicle, which tops out at around 70 mph, hopes so.
Not every technology is on an endlessly compounding growth trend approaching some kind of technological singularity
Though we hope it's not seriously pursuing the awkward strategy in a new patent application.
The cars, which already shuttle passengers around Heathrow airport, might come soon to the U.S.
Electric vehicles are breaking into the luxury market.
The White House plans to announce new fuel economy regulations on Friday.
The New York Police Department's fleet of cars takes a step towards environmental friendliness, adding a few electric cars to the mix.
A task force calls for safety upgrades, but the nuclear industry worries about their cost.
Although U.S. subsidies are due to end next year, GE plans to increase wind turbine production.