Saturday, May 14, 2011

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  Will Google beat the Apple with its own Electric Car? Do not rush to to the conclusions too fast, but all these videos, the latest news from Nevada and Google investments in Electric Cars technology are pointing to the one direction - Electric Cars.  

  Will this company be actually involved in production of Google-E-Drive remains to be seen, but the fact that the Search Giant will be involved heavily in all surrounding technology is already given. Aptera has been lost recently from the headlines, but it enjoyed the backing of Google founders and they both are driving their Teslas.

  Google has what USA Inc lacks the most - piles of Cash. They have brain power, technology and determination to change the world and they have already done it once. Facebook, Twitter and Groupons will be eating ad business away from Google, to compete with Apple on its turf of iconic design will be very tough. Microsoft demise will come at a price of Free OS systems for the consumers. Electric Cars industry gives Trillion market place business opportunity to fill. And we will throw again as with Apple iCar - Why Not?

"Lithium Charge: Secretary Chu Announces New Funding and Partnership with Google to Promote Electric Vehicles. The Electric Cars investment space is getting hotter and big names are beginning to eagerly to pile in. The 5 million investment into the charging infrastructure from U.S. Department Of Energy could sound like a joke compare to China investing billions in Electric Cars or personal investments of some entrepreneurs in Lithium space, but it is one step at a time and names in this initiatives are more important than this amount.
  Once the guys from Google, Facebook and Twitter will move into 
Green Revolution our Lithium story will take off into parabolic rise - they have knowledge, technology and understanding that Electric Cars are the way forward. They will need to drive their kids to the soccer games after all, even after Peak Oil which is happening now. We do not know which one of them will make the next Coca Cola in Electric Cars space, but we will be ready with our Sugar business - Lithium will be needed for all of them."

"Lithium Dreamz: Apple Tops Google As World's Most Valuable Brand - will you buy an Electric iCar next? Our Lithium Dreamz are already enjoying the favor from Apple and Steve Jobs himself - all world is now going mobile with iPhones, iPads and iPods. If only we can get Steve Jobs into our Electric space and build an Electric iCar for us! It would become fashionable in the matter of days and consumers will be happy to pay premium as with all products from Apple - just to differentiate themselves in the social space. Ultimate consumer experience will help as well!"


Google eyes Nevada for driverless cars

Published: May 14, 2011

LAS VEGAS, May 14 (UPI) -- U.S. technology giant Google confirmed that it was targeting Nevada as the first state to lobby for the legalization of driverless cars.

That's right: Look, Ma, no hands -- or eyes, either. Google is petitioning the state to allow for testing cars controlled by computers and simultaneously lobbying to allow for an exemption on a ban on sending and receiving text messages while driving.

Company spokesman Jay Nancarrow said the project, which has already included Google cars logging 140,000 miles without drivers in California, is in the early stages of development.

But Google lobbyist David Goldwater testified this year in front of Nevada's state Assembly that cars without drivers could improve fuel efficiency, cut down on accidents and promote job growth.

In California, the testing has been done legally as the tests include having two people in the car -- a passenger monitoring the computer equipment that can fill the trunk of a car and a "driver" ready to take control if something goes wrong.

Google did not say why it choose Nevada to be the first state to allow for driverless vehicles, but policy analysts said they envision driverless deliveries and driverless taxi services.

"In some respects, this is a a great template and a great model. It recognizes a need to create a process to test these vehicles and set aside and area of Nevada where testing can take place," said Ryan Calo, a scholar at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School"
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