The mystery Honda sports car is starting to take shape. Continue Reading...
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For the second year in a row, Toyota was issued more patents than any other automaker. Continue Reading...
Ford has filed a patent to use fake engine noises in hopes of saving fuel. Continue Reading...
Toyota has recently filed a patent that alludes to a flying car being in development. Continue Reading...
Google has patented a new pothole detection system in hopes of keeping drivers away from pothole-ridden streets. Continue Reading...
Ford is looking well ahead to the future, where passengers in self-driving cars can simply relax while heading to their destination. Continue Reading...
Hyundai is combining its current technologies to create a new one. Continue Reading...
Toyota announced today at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show that it will be sharing thousands of its patents related to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, in an effort to spur innovation. Continue Reading...
Tesla announced today that it will allow open source access to its technology in an effort to encourage global electric vehicle adoption. Continue Reading...
Buick is the latest brand to leave a breadcrumb trail for its future products by filing for a tradermark on May 3 to cover its Riviera moniker. While that doesn’t prove anything on its own, the company isn’t known for flippantly filing for trademarks on the off chance they might one day come true. Continue Reading...
As for the latest suit, Paice claims that it repeatedly tried to contact Hyundai as early as 2004, in order to discuss its patent Hybrid technology, but says that with the development of the Sonata Hybrid sedan, the automaker infringed upon three patents owned by Paice. Continue Reading...
Smug journalists across the internet are poking fun at the possibility that President Barack Obama might have referred to the 2013 Shelby GT500 Mustang as “sick” during his visit to the Washington D.C. Auto Show. True or false, his remarks about the muscle car don’t really matter. What’s slightly more significant is the speech he… Continue Reading...
The announcement comes on the heels of news that GM recently received more patents for clean energy technology last year than any other organization, based on findings from the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index. Continue Reading...