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Displaying items by tag: Fuel

The cost of mobile phone and Internet charges are a big concern for many Australians, with charges for the services putting increased pressure on household budgets.

Published in Home Tech

The global demand for efficient ‘multi-fuel’ electricity generation has brought together some of the world’s leading computer scientists in an R&D effort aimed at creating systems to connect and manage electricity and natural gas supplies on a shared platform.

Published in Energy

Navman Wireless has added a fuel usage and CO2 emissions reporting suite to its GPS fleet management system.

Published in Enterprise
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 07:39

Electrifying drive sets new energy benchmark

Internode managing director, Simon Hackett, has driven the world’s first fully-electric production supercar 3000 kilometres from Darwin to Adelaide at a cost of $126.11, or four cents a kilometre, and equal to fuel use of 1.6 litres per 100 kilometres.

Published in Energy
Telstra's Whereis Navigator now offers spoken turn-by-turn directions on GPS-enabled phones. Also new are fuel price information and additional traffic alerts.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 20:22

Everybody can improve gas mileage by hypermiling

Whether you drive a gas-guzzling SUV or a green-running hybrid, you can increase your car’s gas mileage by making conscious but simple and effective improvements in the way you drive. Become a hypermiler!

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 05:48

Diesel doesn't grow on trees... Oh Yes It Does!!!

Given the current cost of fuel, wouldn't it be great if diesel grew on trees? Well, according to one Montana State University professor, it bloody well does!

Published in Energy
Monday, 03 November 2008 22:47

Electricity can improve gas mileage

A U.S. study has shown that giving a small burst of electricity to gasoline just before it is injected into an engine’s cylinders increases fuel efficiency by over 18 percent, thus, improving gas mileage.

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 07:21

Petrol prices pop onto iGoogle

With petrol prices staying relatively high thanks to exchange rate fluctuations wiping out the fall in oil prices, the debut of Google's Petrol Price Tracker is well timed.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 14 August 2008 15:52

Biofuel green credentials: DEBUNKED!

A new report from the UK Renewable Fuels Agency admits that only 19 percent of biofuels meet environmental standards...

Published in Energy
As headlines go it is an unusual one, but true nonetheless. Microsoft is giving its small business customers who supply their contact data the chance to win 5,000 gallons of gas. Conditions do, of course, apply...

Published in Strategy
A comprehensive study has been completed by Taiwanese scientists on the advantages of using biogas digesters to convert decaying manure into fuel for rural communities. Besides a source of fuel, the study finds biogas is healthier, too!

Published in Energy
I’ve seen water powered digital watches and calculators on sale at markets – now Samsung is taking the technology a step further to transform water into a power source that could – in 2010 - literally juice up your future phone!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 08 April 2008 06:51

The non-sniffable OPEL smell of WiMAX

As we all know, the Optus and Elders joint-venture called OPEL was felled by the Federal Government, not only seeking to save almost $1b but promote its own fibre network at the expense of next-gen WiMAX. What a shame.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The X-PRIZE Foundation announces a $10 million competition, sponsored by Progressive Insurance, for production-ready, super-efficient, 100 miles per gallon (or equivalent) cars that are also low in carbon dioxide emissions.                
Published in Energy




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