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maglev

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4G is better LTE than never on 430kph Maglev train

We took a trip on the world's fastest commercial train -- the Shanghai Maglev in China -- to take mobile broadband to ludicrous speed with a demo of LTE.

5 Images By Nov. 1, 2010

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Elon Musk pulled all-nighter to prep for Hyperloop unveiling

At approximately 1:30 p.m. PDT Monday, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO will show the world a more concrete outline of his futuristic transportation vision.

By Aug. 12, 2013

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Mag Surf: Quantum skateboard defies gravity

What do you get when you cross a skateboard with a maglev train? A way cool science fair demo.

By Oct. 21, 2011

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Huawei's LTE rides the ultra-fast rails

Company demonstrates its Long Term Evolution mobile broadband on a Chinese train traveling around 265mph.

By May. 24, 2010

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Shanghai subway may expand into neighboring province

Shanghai's transit system is already admired as a model in China, with its expanding metro map, the maglev super-express train to the Pudong airport, and high ridership in the bus network.

By May. 27, 2008

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Toy racetrack too cool to be real

A video of a Wipe'out-style toy car race is made possible using quantum magnetic levitation. Or is it?

By Jan. 3, 2012

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Italy to launch Ferrari-style high-speed train

Making its debut next week, the Italo has a top speed of 186 mph and will connect Milan, Rome, and Naples in high style.

By Apr. 21, 2012

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Non-stop high-speed train concept excites and terrifies in equal measure

Here's a terrifying new concept: a high-speed train that never stops. Passengers instead cross over via a 'feeder tram' that matches the speed of the main train. Scary? You betcha.

By Jun. 24, 2011

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U.S. gov't awards $2.4 billion for high-speed rail

A total of $2.4 billion will go to 23 states as part of federal public works project to build high-speed city-to-city passenger service across the U.S.

By Nov. 3, 2010

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Five ways the Japanese are technically better than us

Us Brits may have a proud tradition of innovation, but now we're having our rear-ends handed to us by brilliant Japanese engineers who live, breathe and in some cases eat technology

By Oct. 9, 2008