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SYBASS LAUNCHES THE SUPERYACHT LIFE PROGRAMME WITH ISSUE ONE OF 71% MAGAZINE


The Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss), is proud to announce the launch of its long-awaited consumer programme designed to inform, educate and excite a new generation of superyacht enthusiasts. 408 more words

Christopher Macgowan

Three customers to get free London Underground WiFi access


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by Dan Worth
Three customers will be able to access Virgin Media’s London Underground WiFi service free of charge from the end of July. The operator is the last to sign such a deal after O2, EE and Vodafone. 240 more words

Christopher Macgowan

JLR Self Learning Vehicle


Source: Dave Leggett

http://www.just-auto.com

Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover says it has developed – with the help of the latest artificial intelligence technologies – a “self-learning vehicle” that can offer a “completely personalised driving experience”. 721 more words

Christopher Macgowan

Brecon Mountain Railway


When I’m not wearing my automotive hat I love my trains. This week saw me at Brecon on the mountain railway – bliss!

Christopher Macgowan
@chrismacgowan

Christopher Macgowan

Tablet usage to increase


The use of smartphones and laptops is widespread among enterprises, with nearly three out of every four organizations issuing corporate owned laptops (74%) and smartphones (71%) to their workforces. 300 more words

Christopher Macgowan

Aston Martin DB MKIII (DBB) Drophead

The Aston Martin DB MKIII is an extraordinary car in its own right, but this Aston Martin Drophead Coupe – at The Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall – is exceptional owing to its factory fitted DBB competition engine and sand cast Weber carburettors ; one of only two such cars ever built by Aston Martin.

Christopher Macgowan
@chrismacgowan

Christopher Macgowan

C10 "Prince Henry" Vauxhall - 1911.


Built originally to compete in the 1910 Prince Henry Trial held in Germany, the C10 3-litre Vauxhall has since been acknowledged as Britain’s first true sports car. 45 more words

Christopher Macgowan