Elon Musk Imposters Are Scamming People on Twitter for Bitcoin Again

A week ago, several verified accounts on Twitter were hacked as part of a scam to steal bitcoin from unwitting mopes by utilizing Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s name, and reportedly made off with at least $180,000. On Monday, the hackers were back at it, taking control of several hacked accounts—including a book publisher and …

Jaguar Is Thinking About Implementing Biometric Sensors to Prevent Motion Sickness

I don’t know what’s worse: getting car sick or being the person in whose car someone is starting to feel sick. While we’re not totally certain exactly what causes motion sickness, it’s something that impacts up to 90% of folks to some degree. Now, the Jaguar Land Rover is looking into ways the car itself can combat…

Startup Arcimoto Thinks Its $12,000 Three-Wheeled EV Will Help Accelerate the Electric Revolution

Electric vehicle startup Arcimoto has a pretty ambitious plan that involves selling the public on a three-wheeled, semi-enclosed contraption that nets 80 miles on a single charge, and starts at just $12,000. The startup’s founder, Mark Frohnmayer, dropped by our office recently to show off his creation—dubbed the Fun…

How a Deal to Bring Autonomous Vehicles to Walt Disney World Blew Up

Walt Disney once mused that it’s “kind of fun to do the impossible,” so it’s likely the animation mogul would’ve been impressed by last year’s reports that fully-autonomous vehicles could soon be shuttling passengers around the amusement park in Florida that bears his name. Driverless cars are, after all, one of the…

Tesla's 'Navigate on Autopilot' Is a Step in the Right Direction 

Tesla’s late night rollout of a new feature for its semi-autonomous driving system called “Navigate on Autopilot” puzzled me, if not just because of the time it was introduced to the world, but the feature itself: What’s the value in a car that tells you what lane you should be in, when it won’t drive there entirely…

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