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phone detecting cameras

These new traffic cameras can tell if you’re texting while driving

July 27th, 2020

Local governments in Australia have decided to give the go-ahead to install road-scanning cameras that search for distracted drivers. The three-month trial will be purely for testing purposes, and no citations will be handed out.  If the trials prove successful, law enforcement could roll the camera systems out to a wider area and begin enforcing …

airbus safety

Airbus wants its planes to sniff for coronavirus, chemicals, and bombs

May 5th, 2020

Airbus is developing a new system that can sniff out threats, including biological hazards. The system uses genetically engineered living cells to detect traces of various molecular compounds in the air.  The system will begin testing later this year, the company says. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories. Airlines are struggling right now. It’s easy …

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How to keep your car healthy during coronavirus lockdown

April 11th, 2020

If your car is sitting due to the coronavirus pandemic, its health might be a concern. Letting your car sit for weeks or months at a time can have devastating effects, and leave you with costly repairs down the road. Drive your car weekly if possible, even if it’s just for a few blocks, and …

737 max

Boeing just halted production of the 737 Max

January 21st, 2020

In a move that isn’t particularly surprising to anyone who has been following the woes of aircraft manufacturer Boeing, the company has now officially halted production of the troubled 737 Max aircraft. As CNN reports, the manufacturer has frozen the assembly facility that was constructing the popular planes. The 737 Max was grounded worldwide in …

737 max issues

Even Boeing employees were afraid of the 737 Max

January 10th, 2020

Boeing’s 737 Max woes have already been well documented over the past year and a half or so. Airlines around the world were forced to ground every single one of the planes after a pair of fatal crashes in late 2018 and early 2019. It’s not a good situation, and it’s become increasingly clear in …