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Jul 21, 2021

Forget EVs, Solar Powered Cars Are Here

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The solar powered car revolution is coming — engineers are one step closer to harnessing the Sun to power your next car, giving the auto industry renewed interest in solar.

Jul 21, 2021


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Jul 21, 2021

How A Life-Sized Remote-Controlled Corvette Was Built

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This computer technician built a life-size remote-controlled Corvette.

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Jul 21, 2021

Fish Released From Planes to Restock Utah Lakes

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The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources said that last week it used planes to stock fish in about 200 lakes that are inaccessible by vehicle. The division said it has aerial-stocked fish since the 1950s and that they have a high survival rate.

Jul 21, 2021

New HyperPort offers port cargo transport at transonic speeds

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It will allow port operators to transport cargo containers hundreds of kilometers in minutes.

Jul 21, 2021

Elon Musk says Tesla will open up ‘Supercharger’ stations to other EVs

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It was not immediately clear whether adapters would be needed.

Tesla stock TSLA, +2.21% edged lower in the extended session Tuesday after ending the regular trading day up 2.2%.

Jul 20, 2021

Tesla Semi electric truck is finally about to go into production

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After years of delays, Tesla is finally about to start production of Tesla Semi, its all-electric semi-truck.

The whole truck industry is watching.

While there are already a few electric trucks on the road, none of them have the specs enabling longer range hauling in a class 8 semi-truck, like the Tesla Semi is promising.

Jul 20, 2021

Exploring Massless Energy Battery Breakthrough

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Jul 19, 2021

Cheap, sustainable, readily available plasma tech could replace rare iridium

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A team led by a researcher from the University of Sydney has developed a low-cost, sustainable, and readily available technology that can dim the screens of electronic devices, anti-reflection automobile mirrors, and smart architectural windows at a fraction of the cost of current technology.

It would replace one of the world’s scarcest—yet highly ubiquitous in use—modern materials: indium. A rare chemical element, that it is widely used in devices such as smartphones and computers, windscreen glass and self-dimming windows.

Although small amounts are used to manufacture smart screens, indium is expensive as it is hard to source; it naturally occurs only in small deposits. Industrial indium is often made as a byproduct of zinc mining, which means a shortage could occur if demand for optoelectronic devices—such as LCDs and touch panels—ramps up.

Jul 19, 2021

Chip Shortage Reaches Smartphone Makers

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SEOUL—The smartphone industry is showing battle scars from the world-wide chip crunch.

Shipments are slowing and customers are seeing their first significant price increases in years. Some companies have had to scale back production and delay new releases. All this has halted what had been a strong start to the year.

Smartphone makers, for much of the year, avoided the parts disruptions faced in the auto, personal computer and home-appliance industries. Phone manufacturers purchase key parts roughly a half a year in advance, but now those stockpiles have shrunk.

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