@WIRED 6 days ago
Its primary purpose is to transport ore from the mines, but from the beginning Mauritanians have hopped rides on freight cars to reach remote desert settlements. The empty cars create opportunities for locals to courier items from one part of the country to another. 3/ https://t.co/woF1sPbkJV
@WIRED 1 month ago
Mauritania’s Train du Desert is one of the world’s longest trains in the world, running nearly a mile long. Although its primary purpose is to transport ore from mines, Mauritanians have hopped rides to reach remote desert settlements. https://wired.trib.al/BuuJNOl @lofi_guerin https://t.co/SyPoI4rsnA
@WIRED 1 year ago
NotPetya ate Ukraine’s computers alive. It hit at least four hospitals in Kiev alone, six power companies, two airports, more than 22 Ukrainian banks, ATMs and card payment systems in retailers and transport, and practically every federal agency 2/ https://wired.trib.al/jEwKXNR https://t.co/L46lJGgKxI
@WIRED 2 years ago
Soon, every vehicle used to traffic transport weed across California may have to get a special license. This has the weed transport industry equal parts ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
"Once you allow transport networks like AT&T and Comcast to also own content, and then allow those transport networks to merge, consolidate, and divide ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
This surreal drone photo will transport your brain to another dimension. See more of these mind-bending images here: https://wired.trib.al/P3LmejM : ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
Traveling is great. It’s also great to sit on your couch and let virtual reality transport you to your destination. New tourism-focused VR offerings ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
Even if the dreams of the hyperloop don't come to pass, the effort could yield technologies that improve other kinds of transport.
@WIRED 2 years ago
Looks like India is getting a hyperloop of its own.
@WIRED 2 years ago
Spiral escalators are probably best thought of as destination transportation, rather than transportation to your destination. (via Atlas Obscura)
@WIRED 2 years ago
In order for Uber to build the future of transportation, it has to rebuild itself.
@WIRED 2 years ago
Transport your mind to a place light years away with these incredible space photos.
@WIRED 2 years ago
Ever driven a Lambo before? Come ride with us LIVE in 360 inside the Lamborghini Huracán Spyder and learn all about the power, design, and unique features ...
@WIRED 3 years ago
Is the evolution of transportation leaving Ford Motor Company behind?
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@WIRED 3 years ago
This cargo bike is the future of urban transport.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Cargo bikes may seriously be the future of urban transport.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Is the evolution of transportation leaving Ford Motor Company behind?
@WIRED 3 years ago
Without the focus on the driver's seat, self-driving cars can be anything you want them to be.
@WIRED 3 years ago
The result could be a more effective contraceptive, and one that would work equally as well in men as in women.
@WIRED 3 years ago
The result could be a more effective contraceptive, and one that would work equally as well in men as in women.
@WIRED 3 years ago
We’re LIVE in 360 with WIRED Transport Editor Alex Davies in the brand new Chevy Bolt! We’ll talk performance, price, and tech in Chevy’s answer ...
@WIRED 3 years ago
Robots & Us: Autonomous driving technology could make getting around safer, more efficient, and less expensive, but what will it mean for the millions ...
@WIRED 3 years ago
@WIRED 3 years ago
Robots & Us: Are robots here to help us, or replace us? Artificial intelligence and automation stand to upend nearly every aspect of modern life, from ...
@WIRED 3 years ago
AI and automation are developing a world that was unimaginable just a few decades ago.
@WIRED 3 years ago
We’re LIVE with Transportation Editor Alex Davies on a tour of the Jaguar F-Type SVR. We’ll talk power, sound, and design of their new sports car.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Flying an F-18 ain't easy. Just ask our transportation writer, Jack Stewart.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Americans living in the noisiest areas on this map have the right to be cranky.
@WIRED 3 years ago
It’s like the world got together and agreed on a Bat Signal for mass transportation. (via CityLab)
@WIRED 3 years ago
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@WIRED 3 years ago
Flying an F-18 ain't easy. Just ask our transportation writer, Jack Stewart.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Americans living in the noisiest areas on this map have the right to be cranky.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Americans living in the noisiest areas on this map have the right to be cranky.
@WIRED 3 years ago
The future of transportation may lie in an idea from its past.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Delta's new first-class tableware says a lot about the state of the airline industry.
@WIRED 3 years ago
This surreal drone photo will transport your brain to another dimension. See more of these mind-bending images here: https://www.wired.com/2017/03/aydin-buyuktas-flatland-ii/ ...
@WIRED 3 years ago
Delta's new first-class tableware says a lot about the state of the airline industry.
@WIRED 3 years ago
The 1955 Citroën DS was one of the coolest cars ever built. Yet the car continues to inspire.
@WIRED 3 years ago
It's so realistic you can even complete gate-to-gate simulations of actual airline flights.
@josepsole_ 3 years ago
#MachineLearning Invades the Real World on #Internet #Balloons https://www.wired.com/2017/02/machine-learning-drifting-real-world-internet-balloons/ via @WIRED #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #technology
@WIRED 3 years ago
It's so realistic you can even complete gate-to-gate simulations of actual airline flights.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Elon Musk's Hyperloop vision came to life... now what?
@WIRED 3 years ago
Elon Musk is really building his tunnel. “We have no idea what we’re doing—I want to be clear about that.”
@WIRED 3 years ago
Our friends at CityLab want riders to think about bicycle infrastructure they way they think about public transit.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Oh, you know. Just Elon Musk and a few teams of students changing the world of transportation.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Elon Musk is really building his tunnel. “We have no idea what we’re doing—I want to be clear about that.”