The startup hopes bicycle-phobic people will like its lightweight three-wheeler, whose battery gives it a 30-mile range before pedaling.
Sometimes Google's Street View vehicles just can't go any farther. The Atlantic's Alan Taylor took a pictorial look at the reasons why.
How else do you show your new TVs are really, really smart? Well, with UFOs and wars and a cheerleader who kicks a centurion in the privates.
"E-trikes" are part of a movement to cut CO2 emissions and fuel costs in Asian cities. Manila wants 100,000 by 2016.
Google's three new big features aren't enough to rocket Google ahead in mapping. But they do keep Google in the game.
With 55 percent of its residents cycling to their place of work or education each day, Copenhagen has succeeded in changing its transportation system--and improving quality of life along the way.
Google sends a couple of men on bikes around Paris, fully equipped with cameras to take pictures where cars aren't allowed. But where might these bikes venture?
The Toyota i-Real three-wheeled vehicle is being used for patrols in Japan's Chubu International Airport.
Without Jasmine around to keep us classy, the Crave crew spiral into an abyss of kinky robots, violating tricycles, and retro-digital alcoholism. All that, plus some iPad 2 hands-on impressions from Donald Bell.
Cars can't get everywhere, so Google sends specially built Street View tricycles so that you can view, for example, botanical gardens and hikes. Today saw a vast new array of images from around the world.