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Colas's Material Is A Quarter-Inch Thick, Can Stand Up To Truck Traffic

France's Colas says each kilometer along the "Wattway" can power 5,000 homes.

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UCLA scientists inject silicon carbide nanoparticles into a magnesium zinc alloy. The result is a metal with 'record breaking' strength and stiffness-to-weight.

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We Detail The Company's Ambitious Strategy For Electrification, Performance, And Autonomous Tech

Volvo is in the midst of an ambitious five-year product plan to replace every model in its lineup. But it's still making room for exciting new technologies including a new powertrains and autonomous systems.

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Model S's 1.01 Autopilot improvements, which Elon Musk says are coming "soon," will include better road-holding and lane maintenance improvements.

Today's cars are pack with more technology than ever before, and these patents prove automakers aren't slowing down in the search for the next big thing.

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Verizon's Hum service will convert even your dodgy Dodge to a connected car, allowing you to monitor your vehicle via GPS and adding Bluetooth connectivity.

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Your EV Can Go Charge Itself, Then Move Off The Charger

Volkswagen shows off its Valet Charge technology, called V-Charge, that allows a car to autonomously park itself, charge itself, and return to its owner via a smartphone app.

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Ford is developing two new adaptive headlight technologies, the Camera-Based Advanced Front Lighting and the Spot Lighting systems, to warn drivers of hazards ahead.

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With turbocharged downsized engines gaining popularity, the old concept of supercooling intake air to add power may finally see production.

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Road Warriors, Rejoice! Highway Passing May Get Safer

Samsung tests out technology that projects footage from the front of big rigs onto the back to allow cars to pass more safely.

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Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth says battery technology will improve, but it's not there yet - and that's why customers aren't ready for electric vehicles.

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A British research firm examines the coming data problems resulting from traffic jams. In 10 years, data surges at specific sites could interfere with connected cars and devices.

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Bridj combines the app-based on-demand transit of Uber with the lower fares of shared service, and it's expanding from Boston into Washington, DC.

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Stop-And-Go Driving Autonomy May Be Available Next Year

Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn writes about improving technologies for autonomous-driving capability.

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Ferrari has introduced a wildly innovative new sales tool, allowing customers, with the help of augmented reality, to view their ideal car right in the showroom.

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Force fields may be getting ready to move out of the realm of science fiction, as Boeing has patented a system that attempts to mitigate shockwaves.

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The digital tar pit will eventually consume us all, but for now, we're still able to watch it swallow our analog lives. One of the next items to succumb could be your driver's license, at least as soon as Iowa straightens out the kinks. The Hawkeye State is working with MorphoTrust USA on an driver's license app for Android and iOS phones that can be used as a state-approved ID. Notably, the app wouldn't replace a laminated paper version, but either could be used to conduct business. Iowa is alr

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Porsche is putting a greater focus on developing connectivity technology in its vehicles for the future, and the company might be working with Apple and Google on solutions. Also, expect to see more hybrids from the sports car brand in the future, maybe even a full EV.

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Are people starting to view replacing their cars as being no different than replacing their iPhone? Well, yeah, kinda.

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As the next-generation of fighter aircraft enters their earliest planning phases, the importance of stealth technology is taking center stage.

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Uncle Sam could start shipping its highly regarded drones to countries that haven't made the tightly controlled list of close US allies.

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