Aaron Gordon is a senior writer for Motherboard.
"Now, you might think, alright it's like a subway. But this is more like a highway underground."
There is no such thing as "the" EV charging network. It's a complicated patchwork of plugs and proprietary software. And unless something changes, it's only going to get worse.
Prisons are increasingly copying mail to prevent contraband, but this means prisoners never get to hold letters and photos from loved ones. One company goes even further.
Workers are sounding the alarm that drastic cuts in employees and maintenance in order to increase profits are tempting fate.
Regulators continue to be MIA as Elon Musk uses public roads as a laboratory.
The bill would also make virtually any protest a potential felony.
The New Car Assessment Program helped prove that car-buyers care about safety. But the program, now decades behind modern standards, no longer serves its purpose.
It will have both an electric and gas version, but it's not clear how many of each will be made.
Widespread outages demonstrate both the promises and current shortcomings of the energy transition.
The byzantine bureaucratic rule that made useful airport connections to mass transit difficult is finally gone. Its legacy will live on in our crappy trains.