Google Maps now lets users add wheelchair accessibility details for locations

 Back in December, Google finally added accessibility details to Maps. It was a long awaited addition, but an extremely welcome one for the more than three million people in the U.S. who require wheelchair accessibility. As we noted at the time, however, the available information still left a lot to be desired. Maps has currently collected accessibility data for almost seven million places,… Read More

Surface Laptop Two Week Review: Microsoft’s Stunning First Notebook Great For Today’s Use Cases

Microsoft recently sent me one of their new Surface Laptops to try out and I used it as my primary device for two weeks. In short, I’m very impressed and want to tell you about my experience and would like to share my experiences.

Michelin Stakes A Claim In Mobility With Movin’On Conference

Michelin’s Movin’On event in Montreal was billed as a “global sustainable mobility summit” and featured presentations, panels, round tables and hands-on workshops as well as demonstrations of innovative vehicles and technologies in a fun, carnival-like atmosphere.

Pint-sized TMS: England in control after day three

Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali help England take control of the first Test against South Africa at Lord’s as the hosts extend their lead to 216 with nine second-innings wickets in hand.

Western Canada wildfires prompt state of emergency, evacuations

Western Canada’s British Columbia declared its first state of emergency in 14 years after dozens of wildfires broke out in the province’s rural interior. Nathan Frandino reports.