Tesla Expanding Manufacturing In U.S. To Build Next Gen $35k Electric Cars

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla just raised another $1.6 billion in funding to help expand manufacturing operations here in the U.S. By 2017, the company expects to have a new, third-generation EV available for a sticker price of $35,000, just half the price of the current Tesla Model S. Tesla is looking at several southwestern states [...]


Tesla’s Android App Is Drool-Worthy

If you’re looking for a car that offers more tech options than any other, the Tesla Model S has to be towards the top of your list. From the enormous capacitive touch screen display with built-in Google Maps and WiFi hotspot for everyone in the car, to the battery and motor that power it, the [...]


Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, Hyundai, And Kia Will Feature Google Maps Integration

Regardless of what smartphone or tablet you use, you’re likely already very familiar with Google Maps. They have¬†undoubtedly¬†created the most comprehensive and complete database of mapping data; from simple 2D road maps, to personalized My Maps which groups can customize and build upon, to Street View, Satellite View, and Google Earth, as well as navigation [...]


Exhale Bladeless Fan Estimated to Ship In March

Indiegogo and Kickstarter have started a revolution. The kind of revolution where every great little product idea has a chance to be tested in the market and created if there is demand. A bladeless ceiling fan was the idea, and it was well received. I have always been interested in innovation, combining simple solutions with [...]


Tesla Model S vs. Twin-Turbo BMW M5

I’m a big fan of the work of Elon Musk and the incredibly talented team at Tesla. Here’s a video pitting the fully-electric Model S against a twin-turbo M5. You may be able to guess the outcome, since the video wouldn’t be notable otherwise. So, are you impressed? Or are you impressed? —– You should [...]


Rebuilding Nikola Tesla’s Laboratory

Nikola Tesla is considered by many to be one of the greatest inventors of our time. More than 300 patents (worldwide) are attributed to him. Much of his work was centered around wireless communication and radio. The Wardenclyffe Tower in Long Island was his laboratory, built in 1901 but destroyed in 1917 by the U.S. [...]


The Future of Cars at CES: Tesla

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. Ever heard of Tesla Motors? If not, chances are you will in the future as a either a has-been failure, or more likely…a revolutionary success. The company is the [...]