A foldable kayak. Uncharted Watercraft designed a portable kayak that’s easy to assemble. There are two models the Scorpion FX and Outbound GT. The Scorpion weighs 58 lbs and has a carrying capacity of 250 lbs. The Outbound can carry 500 lbs and weighs 70 lbs. These foldable kayaks start at $975. These foldable kayaks from Uncharted Watercraft are easy to assemble and even easier to transport. They unfold in seconds. Learn more at unchartedwatercraft.com
A new form of slot car racing. Anki Overdrive is a battle racing toy that uses AI and your smartphone. The starter kit includes 2 robotic cars, 10 track pieces, and 4 car charging stations. Tracks are connected magnetically and can be linked into 8 styles. The battle bot cars race on the track using AI, and your smartphone allows you to execute commands to eliminate the competition. Unlock more weapons and special upgrades in the app. Anki Overdrive battle racing system is priced at $149.99 for
General Motors Co said Wednesday it was recalling 3.46 million U.S. pickup trucks and SUVs to address a vacuum pump issue that could make braking more difficult and that has been linked to 113 accidents and 13 injuries. In late June, GM recalled 310,000 vehicles in Canada for the same issue. GM did not immediately explain why the Canadian recall occurred more than two months before it called back the vehicles in the United States.
The California State Senate voted on Tuesday to pass a bill that would make it much more difficult for gig economy companies like Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc to classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees. The bill, which was sponsored by California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and is backed by Governor Gavin Newsom, passed the state senate with 29 votes in favor and 11 votes against it. The bill, AB5, has garnered national attention, largely owi
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Chinese suppliers and manufacturers have stepped up their presence at the Frankfurt auto show, capitalising on a shift toward electric cars forced on German carmakers by regulators seeking to curb pollution. Several European and Japanese carmakers including Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Nissan, Toyota and Peugeot, have skipped the show as the industry seeks cost savings. Automakers face multi-billion euro investments to develop electric and autonomous cars.
PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Time is running out for European carmakers, which have waited until the last minute to try to meet ambitious EU emissions targets and face billions in fines if they fail to comply. Manufacturers from PSA Group to Volkswagen are using this week's Frankfurt auto show to reveal the new models and strategies they hope can slash carbon dioxide emissions within months. By next year, CO2 must be cut to 95 grammes per kilometre for 95% of cars from the current 120.5g averag