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    Automotive Design Workshop by Boris Fabris in India

    The Famous Automotive Designer Boris Fabris will be in India from 30th Oct. to 4th Nov. 2017. The automotive designer from Italy is going to take workshops for automotive enthusiasts, which you should not miss. About Boris Fabris : Automotive Designer and Consultant with work experience for Fioravanti srl, Italdesign Giugiaro, Qoros Auto, Haima Auto […]

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    Hyperloop might soon become a reality for India

    Elon Musk to pitch the revolutionary idea of hyperloop as a solution to a city’s traffic owes and to travel long distances hurtling through tubes at speeds approaching the sound barrier.On July 29, Hyperloop One completed a test on its full-scale test track in Nevada, with the Hyperloop pod traversing almost the entirety of the […]

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    How to spot a phishing email – CNET

    Security threats come in all shapes and sizes. You’ve probably heard of viruses, trojans, keyloggers and, more recently, ransomware. Want to know what they all have in common? They can all be the result of phishing. The word itself is a homophone; hackers use bait — usually in the form of a seemingly legitimate file […]

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    Hurricane Irma: ​Be ready for the next hurricane with a go bag – CNET

    The 2017 hurricane season is predicted to be above normal in activity, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This probably isn’t a huge surprise after last year. The 2016 hurricane season was the most active since 2012 and included seven hurricanes and four major hurricanes. So far in 2017, Hurricane Harvey has displaced tens of […]

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    Hurricane Harvey Destroys a record Million Cars in ‘Car-Dependent’ Houston

    As the huge downpour by the wrath of Harvey recedes, Houstonians left without shelter face the most daunting task of rebuilding their lives, rebuilding themselves. People have lost their homes, their livelihoods. The flooding has destroyed as many as a million cars in the Houston metro area, a figure most early estimates say that is […]

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    Ford’s ‘Self-Driving’ Pizza Delivery, BMW’s Electric Mini, Uber Meltdowns, and More Car News From This Week

    This week was all about bold behavior: fake robots slinging pizzas, dignified statues wearing wearing wigs to celebrate crap cars, startups taking bald-faced swipes at Tesla and its electric dominance. But no move was so naked and downright nutsy as Uber investor Shervin Pishevar’s public call-to-arms, a statement that addressed (in mind-boggling grandiosity) the legal […]

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    At the Frankfurt Auto Show, Mini, VW, and Smart Prove the Future Is Tiny

    You might expect cars at the world’s largest auto show, hosted in Frankfurt, Germany, to reflect European tastes for smaller, more economical cars. And, indeed, previewing what’s coming to the show in September, confirms those proclivities: Car makers are taking the miniaturization idea global. And in some cases, giving it a retro twist that will […]

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    Bentley’s New Continental GT Combines Luxury Tech With Classic Looks

    Whenever it’s time to redesign a classic, automakers, especially those in the luxury business, must tackle a tricky problem. They know buyers will want the latest tech, but they want it in a package that stays true to the heritage into which they’re buying. It’s a quandary that demands a light touch, and where “less […]