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The ARPA-e 2012 event is designed to bring together key players from across the energy ecosystem – researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, corporate executives, and government officials – to share i
While the majority of reporters concentrated and wrote on Marchionne's position relative to NADA's negative statements to the upcoming fuel mileage mandates, a few caught Marchionne's emphasis on C
This is by far not the first time this auto technology writer has reported that General Motor’s Company (NYSE: GM), the very same company that was bankrupt just a few short years ago, has once agai
When the first automobiles were invented, none were using gasoline, because steam was the dominant power plant of the era. In fact, there was no gasoline as we know it, only syn-gas.
Axion Power International, Inc.
Coalition of Automotive Lightweighting Materials (CALM) is the first known organization of its kind to coalesce the strengths and knowledge of the aluminum and plastics/composites industries with t
After riding the wave of NAIAS 2012 to higher ground, General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) stock has once again started to show a lack of new buyers coming in.
No matter how proud the owners of a $400-500 per month leased Chevy Volt may boast, the cost of electrification for automobile is too high for the masses.
How many lives are lost in traffic accidents each year?
Update Jan. 27, 2012 6:30 p.m. Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) stock closed today at 12.21 down from Thurs. close of 12.79.
If the technical pattern on the weekly chart for Toyota Motors (ADR: TM) stock looks like a breakout, then we are in agreement.
Whenever I attend an auto show or a technology seminar, I look for the display that communicates best the design and function of the technology so that the public comes away more informed than when