If cost weren’t an issue, would you rely on solar power? For most who don’t live in Seattle, the answer would be yes. Between the environmental benefits, the social credibility, and the grid-free style of living that solar power allows people, it often just comes down to cost as the primary reason that solar isn’t… Continue reading US states that are embracing solar energy the most
While Google takes on the role of trailblazer in Nevada, there are questions that surround the technology behind their driverless car. The questions aren’t about whether or not the technology will work but rather around who will actually allow themselves to be driven around. There’s an obvious demographic, of course. Those with disabilities such as… Continue reading As Google makes driverless cars a reality, who will actually “drive” them?
The future is now. At least, that is what we will be saying when the driverless automobile takes to the roads. Google has been testing its driverless technology with the Toyota Prius on the streets of California and with so much success, Nevada has approved America’s first driverless license. Like the futuristic ride Will Smith… Continue reading Driverless technology: Google gets behind the wheel
According to the New York Times, Google is secretly lobbying for legislation that would make self-driving cars legal in the state of Nevada. Google’s own fleet of self-driving Toyota Prius hybrids have already logged more than 140,000 miles during testing in California, but if new legislation comes to fruition, Nevada could become the first state… Continue reading Google asks Nevada to allow self-driving cars