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Martyn Ashton takes the £10k carbon road bike for a ride with a difference. A plan to push the limits of road biking as far as his lycra legs would dare, Martyn looked to get his ultimate ride out of the awesome Pinarello Dogma 2.

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http://www.survivalblog.com, by H F

Our culture relies heavily on vehicles and this will likely result in a rude awakening in a TEOTWAWKI situation.

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By Damon Lavrinc

Buying a new car has always meant one thing: going into a dealership, finagling a price and driving something off the lot. Tesla Motors is turning that business model on its head with high-end retailers that have automotive dealership associations cr

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http://www.wired.com, By Ryan Singel

In the back and forth in Wednesday night’s presidential debate over tax breaks to energy companies, Republican nominee Mitt Romney argued that President Obama’s grants and tax breaks to renewable energy companies equalled 50 years of the tax breaks t

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http://ericmargolis.com, by Eric Margolis

Hell week! That’s what this city’s angry, frustrated taxi drivers call each year’s opening of the United Nations. It was even worse than that in the last two weeks.

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http://www.technewsdaily.com, Staff

Google's self-driving cars have finally received official recognition under a newly minted California law. Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. signed the bill that officially approves testing regulations and safety standards for the driverless cars on California's

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http://www.livescience.com, TechNewsDaily Staff

Google's self-driving cars have finally received official recognition under a newly minted California law. Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. signed the bill that officially approves testing regulations and safety standards for the driverless cars on California's

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The Sideshow

A bicycle made from cardboard that costs only $9 to $12 to build sounds unlikely. But, as surfaced on the blog Kottke, designer Izhar Gafni got it in his head to make just that. After 3 years of perfecting the design, he created the Alfa.