1223km/h high-speed link between Austria, Slovakia and Hungary
On Tuesday, crowd-sourced transportation company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) signed a deal with the government of Slovakia to explore the idea of building a high-speed, 1,223 kilometer-per hour (760mph) transportation system linking the countries of Austria, Slovakia and Hungary in Central Europe, with the first section of the project to be completed by 2020.
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Blackberry’s first Android Priv is doing rather well, but now it appears that the ‘other fruity cult’ is about to release another one.
Air-conditioning more important than iPhones
If you believe mad right-wing US politicians, there is no such thing as global warming, but for the last few years we have seen the biggest floods and the most alarming temperature changes ever.
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