‘I become MPG Man in this, not slowing down for corners, junctions, anything’
A few years ago, a new threat to road safety emerged: Satnav Racer. Millions of drivers (I forget the exact figure – it was probably a survey of about three people) admitted to trying to get home before their satnavs predicted they would. Britain’s roads were no longer safe.
In these leaner economic – and more environmentally-conscious – times, you don’t hear so much about Satnav Racer. I have, however, identified a potentially even more lethal menace: MPG Man. You’ll find
US regulators are preparing new rules to ensure electric and hybrid cars make more noise, for safety reasons. Do you agree it’s a problem?
Link: Are electric vehicles too quiet? | Poll
ZBB Receives $860,000 Order From Major Vehicle/Engine Manufacturer for Hybrid Vehicle Motor Controller
Read more: ZBB Energy Corporation Reports First Quarter 2013 Results
Sponsored Session During the OTT Focus Day to Discuss Future Forward Strategies and Opportunities for Hybrid Networks
Originally posted here: Verimatrix to Showcase Multi-Network Video Security Solutions and Expertise at TV Connect Middle East & North Africa 2012
Research Examines Hybrid Cloud Storage, Virtualized Application Deployment, Mobile Application Performance Management, and End-User Experience Monitoring
See the original post: Aberdeen Publishes Networking and Application Performance, Storage and Virtualization Research
The Italian automaker and others are adding hybrid technology to elite cars
Originally posted here: Ferrari’s F70, an Eco-Friendly Supercar
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Despite the positive action of the past few days, Mom and Pop have gotten plenty bearish on U.S. stocks of late.
First, there was some eye-popping fund flow data on Wednesday. For the week ended April 18, long-term mutual funds investing in domestic equities saw outflows of $8.68 billion, according to data from the Investment Company Institute.
That’s equal to the total amount of outflows for such funds over the past three weeks. Interestingly, the main beneficiary of this exodus was funds investing in foreign equities, which saw inflows of $8.73 billion. Bonds and hybrid funds, which invest in both equities and bonds, also did well, attracting inflows of $5.25 billion and $1.18 billion respectively.
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