Scientists determine that embryos need gravity. Steve Jobs determines that Chilean miners need iPods. Google certainly doesn't need any more money. Consumers don't want 3D TVs yet. And you really, really don't want to touch someone else's iPad.
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That's the draw for the Volt, unlike other hybrids that tend to fall back on the engine to help out during normal driving, the Volt will never start the engine whilst the batteries are still charged – even if you floor the accelerator. Once depleted the engine kicks in and you're stuck with a medium to high efficiency gas car.
Most buyers will be keen to charge up and many many journeys will be completed with no tailpipe emissions.
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Yesterday’s episode with Darren had me thinking this tech/motorcycle mix might be cool to mention.
Even though Sprint has not officially rolled out 4G in Silicon Valley, I’m picking up signals all over the place with an HTC Evo mounted on my ’85 Yamaha.
Check out this speed test result I got last month in downtown San Jose. (Of course I always stop to mess around with the phone).–Martin Paul
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