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Robert Austin sheds light on the primary concern when it comes to EVs – where and how to charge them. He takes an in-depth look at HomeStation Level 2 charger.
Tesla has bowed to Beijing pressure and announced that it will move Chinese user data to a new center in China, raising concerns that the move will set a precedent for other tech companies dealing with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
TechnoMetrica forecasts auto sales will remain strong in the coming months, hovering around 18.5 to 19.0 million annualized units.
Bob Austin explains how attitude is everything in this article. He demonstrates, using a real-life case study, how flexibility, innovation, and consideration for others can help overcome unexpected challenges.
Mark Pfeifle, a cybersecurity expert, discusses the results of a recent TIPP Poll on the subject as well as steps to improve cybersecurity.
Bob Austin reflects on his life in this thought-provoking essay and emphasizes the value of matching personality and profession. A must-read for anyone at the junction of choosing a career or considering a career change.
In this article, Robert Austin discusses how Volvo Cars hopes to save more than $100 million in annual operating costs while reducing 2.5 million tons of carbon emissions by implementing Circular Business principles.
In response to reader inquiries regarding his previous columns, Robert Austin attempts to clarify his personal position on the issues.
TechnoMetrica's Auto Demand Index shows good momentum and forecasts new car sales will be strong in the coming months.
Everything we do has consequences. Bob Austin introduces Buckminster Fuller and his concept of Spaceship Earth and how it can help us if we keep the idea in mind and weigh what we can do against what we should do.