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13

Jun

Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors goes patent-freeIt sounds radical, but Musk went open-source at his other company, SpaceX, years ago. The aim here is to increase the appeal of electric cars in the marketplace, and get more of them on the road fighting climate change.

Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors goes patent-free
It sounds radical, but Musk went open-source at his other company, SpaceX, years ago. The aim here is to increase the appeal of electric cars in the marketplace, and get more of them on the road fighting climate change.

07

Feb

Huh? Tesla car is worth more used than newThe Model S is an object of desire, and apparently Americans don’t want to wait six weeks or more for delivery. Especially when the company has reached a stellar #5 in Consumer Reports’ brand recognition survey.

Huh? Tesla car is worth more used than new
The Model S is an object of desire, and apparently Americans don’t want to wait six weeks or more for delivery. Especially when the company has reached a stellar #5 in Consumer Reports’ brand recognition survey.

14

May

North Carolina legislation would ban Tesla sales
If proposed legislation in the state is passed, automakers will not be allowed to sell directly to consumers.

North Carolina legislation would ban Tesla sales

If proposed legislation in the state is passed, automakers will not be allowed to sell directly to consumers.

15

Feb

Tesla releases damning logs from New York Times test-driveFor those who missed the first two acts of the Tesla-New York Times saga, allow me to summarize quickly: First, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that a NYT review of the Model S and Tesla Supercharger network on the East Coast by John M. Broder was “fake” and that he had the logs to prove it. Then Broder responded with a long defense of his original article, putting the ball back on Tesla’s side of the court. We’re now firmly in the third act…

Tesla releases damning logs from New York Times test-drive
For those who missed the first two acts of the Tesla-New York Times saga, allow me to summarize quickly: First, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that a NYT review of the Model S and Tesla Supercharger network on the East Coast by John M. Broder was “fake” and that he had the logs to prove it. Then Broder responded with a long defense of his original article, putting the ball back on Tesla’s side of the court. We’re now firmly in the third act…

18

Aug

Internet rallies to save Tesla’s labMatthew Inman, creator of the online comic website ‘The Oatmeal,’ is the force behind the fundraising project.

Internet rallies to save Tesla’s lab
Matthew Inman, creator of the online comic website ‘The Oatmeal,’ is the force behind the fundraising project.

03

Oct

Tesla Model S revealed to customersTesla Chief Executive Elon Musk asked customers for support, saying that many people thought of electric cars as unrealistic ‘unicorns.’

Tesla Model S revealed to customers
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk asked customers for support, saying that many people thought of electric cars as unrealistic ‘unicorns.’