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Chrysler, DaimlerLeadThe Way WithLittle Electric Vehicles
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Lead-acid batteries, brush-type motors lead parade of tried-and-true technologies
Siemens PLM Software Expands Presence in Second Life
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Solid Edge-like tool lets visitors create a 3D Razor Scooter while exploring the possibilities of CAD software
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