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Uh-oh, Uber! California court rules drivers are employees — not freelancers

In a decision that could initiate a large ripple effect, the California Labor Commission ruled that Uber drivers are employees, not freelancers. Even though Uber is appealing the decision, this could have lasting effects for the likes of Lyft and other similar…


GM is powering its new data center with old Chevrolet Volt batteries

GM has found a purpose for old Chevrolet Volt electric car batteries. Paired with solar and wind energy, they are producing/storing enough power to juice up the company's new data center.

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BMW is working on a range-extending hybrid that will achieve 588 miles per gallon

BMW is reportedly working on a range-extending hybrid that will achieve a 588 mpg rating. While not a full electric vehicle, the amazing fuel economy sounds promising for future buyers transitioning from gas-powered vehicles.


How’s this for a summer road trip — 14 countries on one tank of diesel

An Audi A6 TDI Ultra set a Guinness World Record by driving through 14 countries in 28 hours on a single tank of diesel fuel. Your summer road trip officially looks lame by comparison.


Keep your doors locked, there’s a 500-horsepower Rezvani Beast on the prowl

Rezvani Motors has officially unveiled the production version of the Beast supercar. The 1,650-pound, 500-horsepower two-seater can reach 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds and starts at $165,000.


Toyota seeks to lure eco-conscious drivers who’ve moved on to greener pastures, announces 2016 redesign

The 2016 Toyota Prius will debut before the end of the year, and it has a lot of ground to make up. The aged current-generation model is losing out to newer hybrids, and more-efficient electric cars.


Tesla will sell 500,000 cars annually thanks to a Model 3-based compact crossover

Tesla has confirmed the upcoming entry-level Model 3 will spawn a compact crossover. Set to become the company's best-selling model, the crossover will help Tesla sell half a million cars annually by 2020.