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Velohub's Blinkers gives cyclists a streamlined turn signal light system with headlight, brake light, and laser lane lights for bikes to encourage drivers to give riders space. Blinkers are up for backing now on Kickstarter.
India denied Apple's request to sell refurbished iPhones in the country. According to the Indian government, just because the iPhones will be sold directly from Apple doesn't exempt the company from separate regulatory requirements.
There's a lot to be envied about French culture. There's the 35-hour week, the abundance of cheese, and the notion that wine should cost less than water. And now, there's Nestor, the company that's delivering lunch directly to workers.
BMW is celebrating the M3's 30th birthday with a limited-edition model called 30 Years Edition. Just 500 examples of the commemorative M3 will be built, and it doesn't sound like BMW will offer the sedan on our shores.
Volkswagen's Skoda division has introduced a coupe called Atero that's based on the Rapid hatchback. Billed as merely a concept, the Atero was built by 26 Skoda apprentices over the course of 1,700 hours.
Inventor, mechanical engineer, and science teacher Jacob Strickling rigged three lawnmowers behind his son's solar go-kart then sat with a beer and watched his son Samuel ride around the yard mowing the grass.
With constant cellular connectivity, Tesla gathers data continuously and tests new features in cars sold to the public, but drivers always are in control. The company gathers data based on how the autonomous features would work if on…