Monday Tech News Roundup: H2, Farts, Bleats and More

Your daily mobility technology news roundup, collected by a robot under safety driver supervision.

byBertel Schmitt| PUBLISHED Oct 7, 2019 9:00 AM
Monday Tech News Roundup: H2,  Farts, Bleats and More

This is your daily dose of mobility tech news (in the broadest sense.) We scour the wires all night, and pick in the morning what's likely to move markets, industries, and mobility products, today, and in the future. We strive to be up each weekday when it's 9 am in New York, so please check in.

  • Tesla's Latest Acquisition Hints At Plans To Make Their Own Batteries - Ubergizmo
  • Underground hydrogen storage research could cut UK carbon - Powerengineeringint
  • Hydrogen Could Become A $130 Billion US Industry By 2050. Could It Also Cut Emissions? - Forbes
  • 5G will be use-case driven and not like older cellular networks - Techradar
  • Volvo Cars to solely build all-electric powertrains - Yahoo
  • Aberdeen awarded £100000 hydrogen contract - H2-View
  • Toyota Is Using Virtual Reality To Help Teach Robots - Ubergizmo
  • Ongoing NHTSA Probe Could Lead To Recall Of Tesla Cars With Defective Batteries - Businesstimes
  • Plug-in hybrids give automakers an emissions compliance lifeline - Automotive News
  • Germany and Netherlands mull cross-border offshore wind farms - Rechargenews
  • Elon Musk wants his cars to fart and bleat in the name of safety - Theverge