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Comment:Re: Thanks! - Charles Murray-10/26/2012
New Standard Will Cut EV Charging Time
News 
10/24/2012  48 comments
A revised SAE standard will let plug-in hybrids charge their batteries in as little as 10 minutes and battery-electric cars charge in 20 minutes.
Comment:Surprised - Charles Murray-10/23/2012
Slideshow: Scenes From Convergence 2012
Captain Hybrid 
10/23/2012  14 comments
The Society of Automotive Engineers' Convergence 2012 conference in Detroit provided a glimpse of future automotive electronics.
GM President: It's Time to Electrify & Educate
News 
10/18/2012  52 comments
This week, General Motors North American president Mark Reuss reinforced his company's commitment to electrified vehicles, but cited a need for better education to foster the breakthroughs needed for next-generation EVs.
Battery Management Technology Could Boost EV Performance
Captain Hybrid 
10/17/2012  18 comments
Researchers are working on a math-based battery management technique that could dramatically cut charging times for electric vehicles, while boosting useable battery energy and power.
Video: Linear Actuators Could Help Cops Improve Marksmanship
News 
10/16/2012  10 comments
At the recent IMTS Show in Chicago, Rollon Corp. showed off a high-speed, six-axis "shooting gallery" game aimed at helping police officers and soldiers improve their marksmanship.
Comment:Re: Strange - Charles Murray-10/15/2012
Comment:Re: Pop - Charles Murray-10/12/2012
Future Batteries, by the Numbers
Captain Hybrid 
10/12/2012  14 comments
To take EV batteries to the next level, materials scientists are examining a wide array of chemistries, from lithium-sulfur and lithium-air to a new breed of lead-acid.
Can You Make the Popinator Work?
Electronic News & Comment 
10/11/2012  39 comments
The maker of a popcorn-launching machine has a design task for dyed-in-the-wool gadget freaks.
Comment:Future use - Charles Murray-10/10/2012
Ford, GM Team Up on Transmissions
News 
10/10/2012  23 comments
General Motors and Ford Motor Co. are preparing to jointly develop nine- and 10-speed vehicle transmissions to help them meet future fuel economy standards.
Slideshow: Audi A3 Plug-In Hybrid Hits the Highway in 2014
Captain Hybrid 
10/9/2012  8 comments
Audi AG says it's getting closer to knowing the configuration of the powertrain and battery cooling system for its new A3 e-tron plug-in hybrid, which will reach production in 2014.
Comment:Impressive - Charles Murray-10/8/2012
Big Battery EVs Under Fire
Captain Hybrid 
10/1/2012  92 comments
The latest news from the world of electric cars can't be good for EV battery makers.


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