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A Week Of FUD — #Pravduh About #Tesla Report 15

December 17th, 2018 | by Chanan Bos

Only a week to go till Christmas and Tesla failing seems to be on the wish list of certain journalists, but because their paycheck probably comes in part from fossil fuels, a lump of coal is all they will get for their troubles. Some of the headlines that we saw this week were so outrageous that they have no place in the mainstream media, a tabloid maybe. This is what we mean


179 Tesla Headlines: 120 Negative & 28 Positive — #Pravduh About #Tesla

September 23rd, 2018 | by Chanan Bos

This is the third publication of what the CleanTechnica team calls #Pravduh About #Tesla. For those who somehow missed it, about 4 months ago, Elon Musk got fed up with so much of the media publishing FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) articles about Tesla, and in some cases outright misinformation, that he got an idea


165 Tesla Headlines: 81 Negative & 39 Positive — #Pravduh About #Tesla

September 16th, 2018 | by Chanan Bos

This is the second publication of what the CleanTechnica team calls Pravduh About Tesla. For those who somehow missed it, about 4 month ago Elon Musk got fed up with all of the media publishing FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) articles about Tesla, and in some cases outright misinformation. So, he had an idea


Tesla Motors – Hope (VIDEO)

April 21st, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

Originally published on Gas2. Have a case of the Mondays? Dreading another work week? Does life seem futile? Don’t worry, [&hellip


Korea to Abandon Printed Textbooks by 2015

July 8th, 2011 | by Jo Borrás

In a bold move, South Korea's ministry of education recently announced plans to remove printed textbooks from Korea's schools by the year 2015. Called “Smart Education”, the plan calls for the creation of a dedicated cloud network - which will host digital copies of the students' required reading and lessons – that can be accessed through “any” Internet-connected device, from low-power netbooks to tablets to (presumably) Android-powered washing machines, which will be provided to students' families if they are unable to afford them (the netbooks, not the appliances)


The YikeBike is Ready to Ride the City

May 24th, 2011 | by Glenn Meyers

People hunting for urban transportation solutions might want to get familiar with the YikeBike, a miniaturized version of the original Penny-Farthing bike. Only this mini-farthing bike is powered by a battery and can be folded into something the size of a briefcase – ideal for crowded urban offices and apartments



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