2011 Nissan LEAF
A Nissan Leaf will be the first electric car entered into the Cannonball Ireland charity rally.
Solar Tech Could Be Improved Thanks To 13-Year Old Student
Solar panel technology has, thus far, not been of much use for automobiles. You may be able to specify a small solar panel on the 2011 Nissan Leaf or 2012 Toyota Prius, but it's mainly used to top up the energy needed to power accessories such as your air conditioning or in-car entertainment. As a...Antony Ingram
2011 Nissan Leaf Electric Car Finally Gets Android App
2011 Nissan Leaf owners are right on the cutting edge of car technology, but so far only Apple iPhone users have been able to enjoy the full experience of controlling the car's climate control and charging timer functions from a mobile device. No longer. Android smartphone users are now privy to...Antony Ingram
Google Buys 30 Leafs, Volts, and 250 Charging Stations: Video
Google built its reputation as a small, simple search engine, but there's nothing small about the company's investment in electric vehicles. Google has just placed an order for 30 Nissan Leafs and Chevrolet Volts, as well as 250 EV charging stations from Coulomb Technologies. Google will add the...Richard Read
2011 Nissan LEAF And Others 'Connected To The Cloud'
Cloud computing is very much a feature of 'Web 2.0'. Rather than using a location-dependent center of resources such as a server, cloud computing uses shared servers, all of which can be used to provide resources, software and data. For Average Joe, this might mean using web-based word processing...Antony Ingram
Keanu, Alyssa, And The Governator: CelebsAndCars' Week In Review
It's been a busy week on the news feeds -- thanks in part to the many, many gizmos dropping trou at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. With gadgets of every shape and size making their world debuts, most celebrities (apart from Lady Gaga) have had a hard time fighting their way into the...Richard Read
We're still months away from the 2010 Los Angeles auto show, but organizers are teasing us--and you--this morning with a tightly worded release promising more than 20 world debuts of new vehicles at the fall show. With the addition of another 20 North American debuts, many from global manufacturers, the L.A. show organizers say the show is becoming more important to the auto industry and to car fans around the globe. On the list of introductions so far? 2011 Fiat 500: It's already on sale elsewhere, but this version's built in Mexico for North American shoppers. Convertible and electric...