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Piaggio MP3 Scooter...not your father's Vespa

I'm loving this Piaggio MP3 scooter that has two wheels on the front. It looks totally different from any other scooter out there, and not just because of the extra wheel. Especially in all-black it looks very menacing and not at all Roman Holiday cute.

By March 12, 2008

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RoboScooter: Not your father's Vespa

Learn about the next-generation electric two-wheeler that's being worked on by folks at the MIT Media Lab.

By February 29, 2008

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Gap dresses up Vespa for the holidays

The limited-edition LX50 is striped to match a seasonal pattern offered in scarves, gloves, sweaters, leg warmers, and baby clothes at the clothing chain.

By November 21, 2007

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Make a video, win a Vespa

Legendary scooter maker Vespa enlists the YouTube generation to make commercials highlighting what the company calls 'Vespanomics.'

By August 20, 2007

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Dream of Vespa adventures from your cubicle

Clock shaped like original Vespa headlight.

By February 13, 2007

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Here comes the Vespa-puter

Get your motor running and your loafers polished. Twenty Vespa enthusiasts from Italy will ride...

By September 30, 2004

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Pinterest rethinks mobile discovery with Guided Search

Social sharing network unveils a new tool for users to sift through the network's 30 billion pins and 750 million boards to home in on an custom answer that is geared toward exploration.

By April 24, 2014

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Robo-docs: RP-VITA bot now in 7 hospitals

RP-VITA can navigate to your room to put you in touch with a doctor, and it's being used in everything from newborn care to stroke treatment.

By May 6, 2013

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iPhone electric scooter might tempt texters

Terra Motors' A4000i displays battery charge and navigation info on your iPhone. Usage data could help urban planners in bustling Asian cities.

By July 11, 2013

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Downstream solutions. Upstream problems.

I saw an interesting article in the New York Times this weekend titled "Put Ad on Web. Count Clicks. Revise." The premise of the article goes something like this: because the web provides functionality to test every variation of a banner ad for effectiven

By June 2, 2009