Perhaps they should focus on the more short-term goal of being the last Windows phone standing...
Right, meant to say Munich. But, as someone pointed out, there is an apple store in Liechtenstein, which is even closer.
As with West Virginia blocking Telsa, small places banning luxury items are really only spitting in the wind. Do you really think any Swiss person wanting an Apple watch is _not_ willing to make the short trip to Zurich or Lyons to get one?
Without Telsa, who will compete with West Virginia's single BMW dealership!?! I guess anyone interested in the $70k luxury sedan range will have to drive the extra 56 miles to Ashland, KY if they want the full range of options. I sure hope they can afford the gas...
Oh, and the authors found that batteries appear on track to reach $230 per kilowatt-hour by 2018.
Step 2: Add a child-resistant packaging for the button, so your 2-year-old doesn't order you fifty jugs of Tide.
What's the lightest material for a solar cell? Would be amazing if they could generate electricity with the wings...
We already knew it existed, as reported on Slashdot back in May of 2012:
The news here is that it's finally being commercialized.
Right now, based on current technology, American companies are developing battery-powered electric cars, while Japanese are introducing those based on fuel cells. Over the long range, say in ten or twenty years, do you see one technology overtaking the other?
Bad covers are just another way indies are crowding out the big publishing houses.
Yes, Delphi, an basically unknown in the self-driving world, is trying to make a big splash by doing something that appears monumental while perhaps not actually making much of a leap forward in the technology. But out in most of America, self-driving cars are still pretty controversial. Accomplishments like this, assuming they pull it off, can make huge political advances.
And I don't know about you, but I'll be mighty frustrated if, when the technology arrives, we're stuck waiting on the legal system.
Aren't such things illegal in Berkeley because of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act (Chapter 12.90):
Forget this boring job, I'm driving to Baltimore with my camera phone tonight!
Okay, I've managed to get the monitor off my laptop (it must have been stuck; I had to pry it off). Can someone tell me how to re-attach it as portrait?