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2019 Hyundai IONIQ To Be Slightly Better Equipped
Hyundai announced the IONIQ line (Hybrid, Plug-In and Electric) for the new 2019 model year will add safety features, infotainment and trim level content.
2019 Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In
There are no changes to powertrains, so the IONIQ Electric still will go 128 miles (EPA), while the IONIQ Plug-In will go 29 miles (EPA) in all-electric mode .
Hyundai  IONIQ  EV  cars  bandwidth 
12 hours ago
Illegal Lego builds / Boing Boing
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I'm fascinated by this PDF, by Bram Lambrecht, describing the difference (with examples) between legal and illegal Lego builds. [via MeFi]


In it, Lambrecht describes "the model that forever changed LEGO," an Audi TT that was difficult to put together, required the user to deform components for them to fit, and came with no instructions.
lego  toys  children  legal 
13 hours ago
Ramping Up EV Charging in the UK (Despite Brexit) - IONITY's CEO - Auto Futures
The UK may be leaving the European Union, but it remains very much part of IONITY’s plans to build a high power charging network for electric vehicles along Europe’s major highways.

Michael Hajesch is IONITY’s CEO and he has recently been in the UK to attend the MOVE mobility event in London. His company is a joint venture of BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche. It was founded in 2017 and its plans are to build four hundred EV charging stations by 2020.
ionity  charging-network  UK  EV  cars 
yesterday
Google admits Nest security product has a secret mic, insists it wasn't supposed to be a secret / Boing Boing
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Nest is the Internet of Shit company Google bought and steadily expanded from "smart" thermostats to the current home security product, "Nest Secure," which has an undisclosed microphone -- but don't worry, it wasn't intended to be a secret, Google just forgot to mention it, and "the microphone has never been on and is only activated when users specifically enable the option."
Google  IoT  scandal  security 
yesterday
German Giants Team Up To Boost European Electric Car Battery Production | Silicon UK Tech News
Varta and the Fraunhofer Institute have joined forces in a research partnership intended to lead into the manufacture of large-format lithium-ion batteries within Germany

Varta and the Fraunhofer Institute have joined forces in a research partnership intended to lead into the manufacture of large-format lithium-ion batteries within Germany
germany  EV  cars  battery 
yesterday
Standardization Of EV Charging In The EU | CleanTechnica
On August 1st 2018, I wrote an article for CleanTechnica about new legislation in the UK, relating to electric vehicles and charging. That legislation was only “enabling” legislation, which allows the government to write regulations, but does not create prohibitions or obligations in itself. I promised that I would keep looking for any new developments, and inform you all if I found any. I have found nothing following on from that enabling legislation yet, but have found something very significant in EU legislation, The Alternative Fuels Directive 2014, which has far reaching affects on EV charging infrastructure in the whole of the EU.
EV  cars  Europe  ccs  government  legal  charging 
yesterday
Dacia Exec Promises "Shockingly Affordable" Electric Car | CleanTechnica
Dacia Exec Promises “Shockingly Affordable” Electric Car
Dacia  EV  cars  finance 
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