Brian Reigh

Brian is passionate about technology, especially mobile technology. He is currently a student at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.

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How non-autonomous cars can be used to help future autonomous cars

Volkswagen and Mobileye are teaming up to use sensors found on non-autonomous cars to create detailed maps, which will be used for self-driving technology.
by Brian Reigh5 days ago
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Proterra: Electric buses are now cheaper than conventional buses

Currently, only 1 percent of the market uses batteries, but Ryan Popple, CEO of Proterra, claims the turning point is now.
by Brian Reigh7 days ago
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Elon Musk: ‘almost all new cars will be self-driving within 10 years’

Elon Musk predicts that almost all new cars will come with self-driving capability within the next 10 years.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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One reason why people quit Google’s car project: they got paid too much

According to Bloomberg, one of the reasons why top Google employees quit its car project was that they got paid too much.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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The frunk of your Tesla Model X can be opened with a screwdriver

It’s a safety feature that a lot of hybrids and electric vehicles have. But you should make sure not to leave valuables in your frunk, just in case.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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Honda and Hitachi announce a joint venture for electric vehicle motors

The new joint venture company will be developing and manufacturing electric vehicle motors, starting this March.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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Trump’s executive order on regulations mean delayed drone delivery

Donald Trump loves his executive orders. Besides their detrimental effects on the American democracy, they also hurt the technological world.
by Brian Reigh2 weeks ago
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Tesla owners can now see which Superchargers are available for use

Tesla owners can now see how many Superchargers are occupied at any particular station. It's a small update but a very useful one indeed.
by Brian Reigh2 weeks ago
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Tesla is testing a Model 3 with a 70-kWh battery pack and dual motors

Elon Musk did confirm that the Model 3 won’t be big enough to fit a 100-kWh battery, but so what can it fit? A 70-kWh battery apparently.
by Brian Reigh2 weeks ago
Hyundai

Hyundai’s all-electric IONIQ is reportedly coming to the US this week

After a long wait, Hyundai’s all-electric IONIQ may finally come to the US this week according to a Hyundai executive Mike O-Brien.
by Brian Reigh2 weeks ago
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