EU to Require Speeding Prevention Technology in New Cars

EU to Require Speeding Prevention Technology in New Cars

Intelligent speed assistance, or ISA, is a new anti-speeding technology that will be used on every vehicle sold in the European Union. The EU regulation (part of the larger General Vehicle Safety Regulation) takes effect today, and it states that all new models and types of vehicles brought to the European market must have an ISA system. The policy does not apply to any current vehicles on display — at least not yet. Every new car sold in the EU must have an anti-speeding device by July 2024…


GM Announces Plans to Build ‘Coast-to-Coast’ Network of 2,000 EV Chargers at Truck Stops

General Motors announced a “coast-to-coast” network of fast electric vehicle chargers installed at Pilot and Flying J truck stops and managed by EV charging company EVgo. The announcement is the latest sign that legacy automakers will need to spend their own money to shore up the US’ fractured EV charging infrastructure in order to build customer demand for new plug-in vehicles…


Google Wants to Transform Your Old PC or Mac Into a Chromebook

Google has announced the launch of ChromeOS Flex, a lighter operating system that can kickstart your old PC or Mac by transforming it into a Chromebook-esque device…


China Is Building the World’s Most Advanced Deep Space Scanning Network, and Using It to Test Deflecting an Asteroid

China has started building what it calls “the world’s most far-reaching radar” in the country’s southwest – a facility that could also have a military purpose, an analyst warned…

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