Today's Google doodle celebrates the birthday of Heinrich Hertz, a German physicist who expanded the electromagnetic theory of light.
Now in its fifth generation, Hertz Rent-a-car's NeverLost GPS system has evolved into a much more usable device, including features such as a touch-screen interface and Internet-connectivity.
Customers will have a chance to rent and test-drive leading electric vehicles at certain Hertz rental locations, including two Marriott hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Rental car giant partners with Coda Automotive to augment its California rental fleet with 100 electric sedans that get up to 120 miles on a charge.
We'd definitely get a heart-powered iPod--but only if it could skip a track every time our hearts skip a beat.
Our hearts leapt when we heard scientists are working on a way to power your iPod using power from your own heartbeat.
Hertz has added electric cars, such as the Mitsubishi iMiev and Nissan Leaf to its rental fleet, with electric bikes available too on hourly and daily rates.
In episode 65 we celebrate Dong's 10th anniversary in the U.S. to this day. Really.
France's leading speaker manufacturer unveils its first sound bar/subwoofer system.
Google has celebrated the man who first noticed that planets moved around the Sun in an elliptical orbit.