I was interviewed by Brent Johnson on the “Global Freedom Report." Topics included libertarianism, rejecting political parties, principles, tyranny of U.S. govt., protection from govt. persecuting individuals, TSA. I invite you to listen.
If a big rig barrels past you at 90 m.p.h., XATA software may be recording it all through Verizon smartphones. XATA's Turnpike fleet solution became available to help businesses comply with the Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 initiative.
The Bloodhound vehicle sports little winglets above the wheels to maintain equal load on all four wheels. Its designers hope the car will reach record-breaking speeds of 1,000 mph in 2012. Credit: Bloodhound SSC Engineering Adventure.
Brace yourselves, commuters — body scanners may be coming to trains, subways and boats, according to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
DARPA’s Transformer – sometimes referred to as the flying Humvee – seems to be moving right along, even if only on paper at this point.
Honda, realizing this electric car thing isn’t a fad, says it will have a plug-in hybrid and a battery electric vehicle on the road in 2012. But that doesn’t mean it’s giving up on hydrogen.
he Bugatti Veyron is, once again, the fastest production car on the planet.
If a Western Slope woman is to be believed, vampires may be lurking in Colorado's Grand Valley which would explain why she crashed her car.