Week’s 5 Most Popular Stories: Sept. 20-26, 2010

by Matt Forcey

 Determined by your clicks!

1) Hyundai To Sell Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars In 2012

In a bid to one-up their competition, Hyundai has announced that they will sell hydrogen fuel cell cars starting in 2012 – three years before Toyota, Honda and the rest of the competition.

2) 2016 Olympic Games: Rio Solar City Tower

Designed by the Swiss firm RAFAA for the International Architecture Competition for the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, the proposed structure is both beautiful and green.

3) Socially Networked Scooters from Mini and Smart Use iPhone as Key

Just ahead of the Paris Motor Show, which runs Oct. 2 -17, small car rivals Mini (owned by BMW) and Smart (owned by Daimler) have unveiled new electric scooter prototypes, the Mini Scooter E and Smart escooter.

4) Future of Reading’s Present Filled with Smart Concepts

With the success of the Kindle, Nook, Sony readers, and tablets like the iPad, it seems like electronic books have finally arrived. But I think we’re actually still stuck in between two developmental phases on the way to the future.

5) Images

Each week we introduce you to a new artist.  This week we met Francoise Nielly, a passionate woman who takes a risk : her painting is sexual, her colors free, exuberant, surprising, even explosive, the cut of her knife incisive, her color palate dazzling.

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One Comment to “Week’s 5 Most Popular Stories: Sept. 20-26, 2010”

  1. The iPhone is the ‘King’ of all phone’s in my opinion. I can’t wait for December to see where the phone ends up, of course it will stay on AT&T, but Sprint or Verizon? What do you think?

    Check out my blog, I kind of tackled this issue as well!
    Thanks for the post!
    http://spoiledeggs.wordpress.com/

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