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How Electric Scooters Are Reshaping Cities

The scene in Santa Monica, where scooter-mania began.   One of the biggest stories in technology this year is the exploding popularity of Bird, Lime, Skip, Spin and Scoot. They’re all electric scooter-rental services, and their vehicles are suddenly buzzing along city streets and sidewalks around the world. These startups allow riders to

For Sale: Queen’s Rolls-Royce

  Ride like a royal? Queen's car to feature in Rolls-Royce sell-off   A collection of rare Rolls-Royces, including vehicles used by Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, is to be auctioned off in the UK. The eight cars are expected to attract combined bids of up to $6.4 million (£4.9 million) when they go

Friday Could Be The Busiest Day in U.S. Airline History – Hopefully, A Fragile System Is Ready

American Airlines faces rainy weather at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in April 2018. (Photo by Robert Alexander/Getty Images) American Airlines, like the rest of the country’s carriers, is headed into what could be the busiest day in the history of commercial air travel, leading a fragile, half technology miracle and half

Giant Cruise Ship Smashes Into Dock in Honduras

Giant Cruise Ship Smashes Into Dock in Honduras. Getty image The arrival of cruise ship MSC Armonia came as a surprise, as she ran into the Port of Coxen Hole in Honduras on April 10. The port is located on the island of Roatan, known for its beaches and dive sites. Tania Connor was able to capture the Armonia as

Those Seatback Screens on Planes Are Starting to Disappear

In 2017, Delta rolled out free in-flight mobile messaging, and the airline is in the process of installing new screens and making more content available in-flight. Credit: Delta Airlines Phasing Out Screens Because You Are All on Your Devices FEB. 16, 2017 Calls Aren’t Allowed on Planes, but Regulators Consider a Warning AnywayDEC.

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