Boston Dynamics unveiled Atlas, a 6'3" robot that appears to be learning karate moves. We say this decision can't possibly end well, but there's also the possibility these robots are being trained to fight an impending alien invasion we're not aware of yet.
On today's show, we giggle at a Japanese bra that changes patterns and color with the right kind of contact, worry about the dangers of teaching robots karate, and start saving for the futuristic watercraft called the Quadrofoil.
On today's show, we wonder how the United Kingdom will take to Google Glass, say hey to a robot valet named Ray, and discuss Harley-Davidson's new electric motorcycle. We've also got a new round of Into It, and your tweets and emails.
Harley's latest bike is radically different than anything the company has made before, and its engineers think it's uniquely suited for city streets. Join us as we find out.
Car2Go is bringing 300 all-electric Smart ForTwos to San Diego. Members of the car-sharing program can rent these EVs by the day, hour, or minute, but with an 84-mile range, they won't be going very far.
Green Automotive announces that Roush Industries will begin testing an electric SUV to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for the U.S. market.
This submarine, which seats two people just below the water's surface, can cruise up to eight hours between battery charges.
Ford launches the Focus Electric at CES 2011.
GM has promoted extended-range plug-in vehicles as the ideal solution for U.S. consumers, but with the debut of the all-electric Cruze EV, the carmaker shows it has no problem cutting the gas entirely.
Electric automaker unveils a line of all-electric taxis, and a prototype Zap sports car at the Beijing Motor Show.