The Public News Project

Promoting Big News from Niche Bloggers.

@newsprojectorg

Tech

Will the Electric Vehicle Power Our Economy?: An EV Roundup

Will the Electric Vehicle Power Our Economy?: An EV Roundup

0 by / on February 25, 2016, 4:00 pm

Will the electric vehicle power the new economy that is coming in the next few years? If top auto manufacturers have anything to say about it, we will definitely be looking at a brand-new way of thinking when it comes to energy consumption. There are innovations coming down the pike from Volkswagen, BMW and Audi as well as Google. Google [...]

Read more ›

Testing the First Prototype of the “Driverless” Google Car

0 by / on December 23, 2015, 10:22 pm

We’ve seen sci-fi be self-fulfilling prophecy in the past, with Star Trek communicators and Padds becoming smartphones and tablets, among many other things. Yet, there seems to be one staple of science fiction that has always seemed to languish in the “it’s been tested but not well” category. Flying cars? No, that’s just silly. Rather, self-driving vehicles. This technology was [...]

Read more ›

Smaller & Faster: Next-gen computer tech

0 by / on May 13, 2013, 9:34 pm

They’re in front of every office worker 9 hours a day and miniaturized versions are always in our pockets: Computers and the microelectronics inside them ar…

Read more ›

What The Tech Ep. 159 – Facebook Home 4-5-13

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 4:30 pm

http://www.guysfromqueens.com This week on What The Tech: Andrew received a BlackBerry Z10 review unit. What are his first impressions and should more people…

Read more ›

2012′s worst tech ideas: Flops fails & fiascos – Tech Tonic

0 by / on February 27, 2013, 2:06 pm

In an exceptional year for tech innovation not every idea had the brightest bulb. Find out which ones were the absolute worst with Reuters tech correspondent Jon Gordon. (December 28 2012)

Read more ›

2012′s worst tech ideas: Flops fails & fiascos – Tech Tonic

0 by / on February 22, 2013, 4:54 pm

In an exceptional year for tech innovation not every idea had the brightest bulb. Find out which ones were the absolute worst with Reuters tech correspondent Jon Gordon. (December 28 2012)

Read more ›