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What if a road existed that never had a crack or a pothole? Science might have a solution.
Ride-hailing app Gett announces a promotion where every ride in Manhattan is $10 for the rest of 2014. Flat fare. Any time.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has a hang-up with in-flight calls, perhaps enough to put an official kibosh on them and soon.
Start with focusing on these three vacation expenses.
Calling all brains: The TSA is looking for someone to help them figure out this major airport headache -- and is willing to pay for the solution.
As car-sharing services continue to gain steam, we want to know how you prefer to get around when you need a ride.
By 2025, Helsinki aims to have residents get around on trains, bikes, and with car-sharing rides. Nobody will own their own car.
The decision hinged upon a differentiation between traditional taxicab meters and the smartphone technology by which Uber charges passengers.
Uber published some staggering figures on its company blog about how much money its drivers make.
The tech giant unveils a prototype of a tiny car that drives itself -- no human intervention required.
An electric car signals freedom for people with disabilities.
You can't really get lost on this super connected GPS-enabled bike, which also tallies calories burned and other stats.
Google has released new footage of vehicles in its self-driving cars program reacting to pedestrians, cyclists, stop signs and more.
In 50 years' worth of innovation, much has changed. But in some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Fourteen things you need to know now if you're headed to the big event in Austin, Texas.
As of this week, 35 of New York City's subway stations offer Wi-Fi. And in Austin, Texas, commuters are now able to store transit passes and tickets on their smartphones.
Be glad you weren't in this Uber car when French taxi drivers turned violent.
The venture-funded startup will reduce prices of its UberX service by 15 to 34 percent in many of the cities where it is currently available.
The Wi-Fi-equipped commuter shuttle buses offered up by tech giants such as Google, Yahoo, Apple and Facebook are now going to be taxed based on the number of stops they make in city bus zones.
This 'barrier-free sport-vehicle' is like the sport utility of wheelchairs.
The FAA has always told passengers they have to put away their electronics during takeoff and landing. Now that old rule has been abolished.
If you thought the Red Bull Stratos 'space dive' project was cool, you'll want to give this a look.
Troubled mobile maker BlackBerry, which just inked a deal to go private, made the bizarre move of adding a huge private jet to its fleet two months ago.
Forget Los Angeles to San Francisco. Given California's brutal regulatory climate, Elon Musk has a much better chance linking Austin to Dallas, writes Ray Hennessey.
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