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The tube was drawn down to a near vacuum, to the air pressure at 200,000 feet altitude.

Hyperloop One had its first successful test. The test lasted 5.3 seconds as the sled reached 70 MPH. Next up, more tests as Hyperloop One attempts to achieve 250 MPH with the XP-1 pod.

The company seeks 500 engineers and fabricators by year end.

Hyperloop One high-speed transportation project considers 11 routes ranging from 64 to 1,152 miles.

500-meter section of tube has been built outside Las Vegas.

The "DevLoop" test track is big enough for passengers.

'The Arrival Company' promises a 'unique take' on the hyperloop.

After a messy split with Hyperloop One, former employees start their own hyperloop company.

Not that things look particularly easy moving forward...

A trip from Dubai to Abu Dhabi may take just 12 minutes.

This high-speed tube system can push transportation pods as fast as 750 miles per hour, twice as fast as a high-speed train.

"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

There could have been a Hyperloop Two.

If you like salacious court filings and have heard of Hyperloop One, you're gonna love this.

Also, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies could bring augmented windows to Deutsche Bahn.

One way to get beyond Brogan BamBrogan's departure is to make sparks fly.

It'd be pricey, but ultimately worth it if these numbers are correct.

The line would run between Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden, and would cut the commute time from hours to just 28 minutes.

HTT's hyperloop could use augmented reality windows; Hyperloop One is ready to move stuff.

An example of how the two different Hyperloop companies are approaching their task can be seen in a new video and a new agreement.

How well do you know HTT and H1? And then what about AECOM?

When you compare the status of Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, you see that they're both moving along fine, but in different ways.

Hyperloop One demonstrated its technology this week with an open air test in the Nevada desert. The company sent a 1,500 pound metal sled blasting across a 300 meter track.

Senior Editor Greg Migliore recaps the week in automotive news, including a look at Hyperloop One's desert propulsion test, Chrysler 300 rumors, and Nissan's purchase of Mitsubishi.

Freight travel will happen much sooner.

The plans that Hyperloop One CEO Rob Lloyd has in mind include regular, underground, and underwater tubes for this low-pressure travel system.

Yes, that's fast.

The first public test of Hyperloop One's upcoming pod-based transportation system took place in Nevada today.

Hyperloop Technologies gets real with a desert test today.

Hyperloop One, nee Hyperloop Technologies, will show of its first public test in Nevada today.

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