Tensions ran high as teams from all over the world competed for $3.5 million in prize money at an annual event that’s part Olympics and part straight-up sci-fi, the DARPA Robotics Challenge. On Friday and Saturday, June 5-6, at SoCal’s Pomona Fairplex, 25 robots vied with each other in eight rigorous challenges to their physical prowess […]
Philly Tech Week took over last week in the City of Brotherly Love. On Sunday, April 19, Chevrolet chauffeured 15 VIPs on a tour to see four of the most innovative spots in the city. The “Chevy Innovation Tour” traveled to and from the Comcast Center and the Comcast Labs, Penn University’s Pennovation Works, Hive76, and finally […]
Does the thought of no kitchen to clean sound inviting to you? How about the idea of ditching your car in favor of a bike or shedding a bunch of clutter that’s doing nothing but filling up closets and taking up space? If you’ve been thinking about downsizing, the big answer may come in a […]
Be it NASCAR or Formula One, professional racecar driving is a man’s world. But Scottish driver Susie Wolff is out to change that. As the first woman to be on a Formula One team in over 22 years, she’s determined to not only to race, but to win. We caught up with Wolff at the Austin Grand Prix […]
The compact-SUV market is more popular than ever, and Chevrolet is set to make their mark with the all-new Trax. “Chevrolet is making a huge inroads with small cars around the world and Trax is the latest example,” said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet director of car marketing. “It is the right vehicle at the right time […]
Chevrolet is making a huge inroads with small cars around the world and Trax is the latest example.
The past few years have seen the streets of San Francisco flooded with ride sharing companies, most notably Uber and Lyft. The concept has become so popular that SF residents are now more likely to use a ride-share company than hail a cab. This, as you might imagine, is a major problem for taxi companies. […]
A human skeleton, like ones found in freshman biology class, hangs at a jaunty angle next to a piano in the front window of Oil & Cotton, a creative arts exchange in Oak Cliff. It reflects the atmosphere inside: laid-back, creative and not afraid to be a little weird. Shannon Driscoll and Kayli House Cusick co-own […]