How the flying car works

The wings fold when in it is in car mode and the car can travel at speeds of up to 90 mph. The wings then unfold for flight mode in which it can cruise at a speed of 115 mph for up to 500 miles on a tank of unleaded gasoline.

The "roadable aircraft" is powered by the same 100-bhp engine whether it is on the ground or in the air.

via Terrafugia Transition: How the flying car works - Telegraph.

PC processor shipments break record

PC processors are the latest tech segment bouncing back from the recession.Third-quarter shipments of computer processors, or CPUs, climbed 23 percent over the second quarter of 2009, doubling typical growth and setting a record for sequential growth, according to an IDC report released Monday.Revenue from processor sales also bounced back to hit $7.4 billion, a 14 percent gain over the second quarter, according to IDC's "Worl


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