2008

November 17th, 2008
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Greentech Media: Gordon Murray Design, which has been developing the T.25 mini car that can get 70 miles per gallon running on gasoline or diesel fuel, is now working on a new version aimed at Southeast Asian markets, the T.26, which could also be a hybrid or all-electric vehicle.
November 1st, 2008
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Automotive Engineering International: Designing a city car that meets a spread of criteria from frugality to safety, and low emissions to practicality, has spawned many theoretical and some practical solutions over the past two decades in Europe.
October 31st, 2008
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Car Magazine: CAR Online today exclusively reveals how two versions of Gordon Murray Design’s radical new T25 city car will look when they go on sale in Europe and Japan in 2012.
October 29th, 2008
VentureBeat: Pretty soon, we’ll all be hosting our own virtual worlds. VentureBeat has a new virtual scene today (you need a Windows computer to access it on the web), courtesy of Vivaty, which is launching its own widget to embed 3-D virtual scenes on any web page.
October 29th, 2008
Forbes.com: It's just another day at work. You're bored, unmotivated and have a few minutes to kill before lunch.
October 29th, 2008
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Xconomy: Is it more amazing that Genomatica has genetically engineered microbes to produce mass quantities of butanediol, a hydrocarbon widely used by the petrochemical industry to make plastics, solvents, pharmaceuticals, textiles and automotive components?
October 24th, 2008
Xconomy: Algae-based biofuels are the topic du jour.
October 15th, 2008
CNN/Fortune: If you aren't a Spanish-speaking teenager, you probably haven't heard of the third-largest social networking site in the world: hi5.com.
October 10th, 2008
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Media Post: This week, the Behavioral Targeting Standards Consortium (BTSC), announced an Advisory Board of nine BT experts to help guide the group's mission to establish industry-wide principles and standards for behavioral targeting.
October 9th, 2008
Reuters: San Diego's Scripps Translational Science Institute said on Thursday it will conduct the first study to assess whether people undergoing genetic testing ultimately change their behavior.