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Moore’s Law 50th anniversary futuristic predictions

COMPUTING power is set to increase more in the next decade than it has in the last 50 years, delivering self-driving cars, personalised, tumour-destroying medicine, and robotic teddy bears that teach children new languages. 102 more words


New York Motor Show Roundup

The New York motor show is always a great place to see new models from manufacturers. This year’s show is no exception.

Up first is Porsche. 159 more words


Car Child Seat Guide

To celebrate child safety week, we have put together a guide on child car seats.

The main thing with child seats is ISOFIX (International Standardization Organization Fixation), this combination of letters could save a child’s life, so it is important you make sure you buy a car with it fitted and a child seat that is compatible with it. 464 more words


It Just Ain't Got The Love: Do Cars Need All The Power In The World To Be Great?

Usually I tend to lean towards the news story style post; new releases, upcoming models and such. But it’s Friday, so I’m going to do something a little different. 478 more words


Geneva Roundup!

One of the biggest dates on the automotive calendar, the Geneva Motor Show, took place this week. With it came some of the most important releases from the largest car companies, along with some pretty awesome ones from smaller companies too. 562 more words


Aston Martin's DBX Concept - The sports car of the future

The Aston Martin DBX Concept, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show today, points at the new direction headed in by the British manufacturer – to create the sports car of the future – one that is more accessible and appealing to a newer type of customer. 532 more words