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This CO2 inflator can top off your bike tires in seconds

The tool is just under $20

Inflate your flat bike tire in seconds. The CO2 Inflator is a compact tool that can help you out in a pinch. It uses CO2 cartridges to fully inflate a flat tire in just seconds. The aluminium alloy valve takes a 16-gram thread CO2 cartridge. CO2 gas will dissipate from rubber over time so this tool is best used as an emergency solution. Deflate the CO2 from your tires than re-inflate with air when possible. The quick and easy CO2 Inflator is currently $19.98. The CO2 Inflator from Pro Bike T

Lamborghini Squadra Corsa previews 830-hp hypercar and racing Urus ST-X

Limited-edition, track-only car debuts next year with massive aero

Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo runs hard at the 'Ring

Clearly, it'll haul more than just tykes and whatnots

Porsche and Lucasfilm tie up on a Taycan-inspired starship

New Alliance starship debuts on December 20 at the next 'Star Wars' premiere

Michigan dealer turns a Jeep Gladiator into a Scrambler tribute

Not cheap, but it might make more financial sense than an original Scrambler

Toyota e-Racer wants us to know autonomy can be thrilling, too

We've no idea what it does nor how it works, but it looks cool

The Subaru Outback is pretty much the entire wagon market

Wagons were 1.4 percent of the U.S. market in 2018. The Outback alone was 1.2 percent

This gadget lets you stop a moving car like Spider-Man

Each strand of the net can hold up to 1,200 lbs of force

Spiderman-like net stops speeding cars. ArrestNet by Pacsci EMC is a vehicle arresting system. Designed for applications like high-speed pursuits. The non-lethal vehicle system deploys in 3 seconds via remote control. When a speeding vehicle runs over ArrestNet spikes penetrate the tires. This triggers the net to deploy and wrap around the tires and stopping a dangerous situation without the use of lethal force. Each strand of the net can hold up to 1,200 lbs of force. ArrestNet by PacSci EMC

Mazda teases its Tokyo-bound EV again — and it's a crossover coupe

Expanded Kodo design language meets a simple form and unique door concept

Watch trooper pull man from vehicle at last second before train hits

The driver was unconscious from an unknown medical episode

NASA’s climbing robot will look for life on other planets

Don't be creeped out by its 16 "fingers"

NASA's climbing robot. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory is developing a climbing robot. LEMUR has four limbs, 16 fingers, and hundreds of tiny hooks. The bot is designed to grip and climb any surface especially cliffs and polar ice caps. Its main purpose is to find signs of life on future space missions. LEMUR’s AI can help it navigate hard to reach places without assistance. Limbed Excursion Mechanical Utility Robot (or LEMUR for short). Is part of a new generation of bots that can autonomously w

This personal watercraft is completely portable

It's also virtually untippable

A personal, portable watercraft. The GoBoat is a portable and foldable single seat watercraft. Created by Dave Yonce and inspired by his time flying over uncharted ponds, streams, and lakes. Yonce wanted a portable watercraft for people on the go. The foldable tire-shaped boat is virtually untippable. It can be used for fishing, hunting, sightseeing, and bumper boating. The GoBoat starts at $499 but does not include a motor or battery. The GoBoat is a portable and foldable single seater wat

This robot can build a house in 3 days

Would you live in a house built by a bot?

A robotic housebuilder. Hadrian X is an autonomous bricklaying bot created by the Australian company FBR. This autonomous bricklayer builds using 3D CAD models as a guide. Hadrian X is loaded with blocks that it organizes automatically. An internal saw cuts the bricks down to size. The blocks are then transferred through a “telescopic boom.” Hadrian X applies adhesive then precisely lays the blocks. FBR claims that Hadrian X can build a 3 bedroom 2 bath house in less than 3 days. FBR plans to ha

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