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Nissan testing ‘self-cleaning’ car prototype which uses Ultra-Ever Dry technology

Nissan testing ‘self-cleaning’ car prototype which uses Ultra-Ever Dry technolog

A self-cleaning car prototype is being tested by automaker Nissan. The prototype makes use of a new technology called 'Ultra-Ever Dry,' which comprises a nano-paint coating that can repel dirt, oil, and debris.

Nissan expands "No Charge to Charge" promotion, offers new EZ-Charge cards to Leaf owners

Nissan expands "No Charge to Charge" promotion, offers new EZ-Charge cards to Le

In a move which is apparently aimed at making the ownership of Nissan's electric vehicle Leaf more attractive, the automaker has recently announced that it is expanding its "No Charge to Charge" program. Under the program, the owners of 2014 Nissan Leaf will get two years of free public charging, thanks to the new all-access EZ-Charge cards being offered by Nissan.

New York Times announces two new digital subscription plans - NYT Now and NYT Premier

New York Times announces two new digital subscription plans - NYT Now and NYT Pr

On Wednesday, the New York Times announced two new digital subscription plans --- NYT Now and NYT Premier. While the YT Now is a low-cost app curated for a mobile audience; the NYT Premier plan gives the users the access to content such as Times Insider, thereby offering them a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the newspaper and its journalism.

Henry Ford’s last surviving grandchild, William Clay Ford, passes away

Henry Ford’s last surviving grandchild, William Clay Ford, passes away

Bigwig automaker Ford Motor Co. released an official statement on Sunday to announce the death of William Clay Ford - a longtime employee and director of the company. Ford, 88, was the last surviving grandchild of auto-industry pioneer Henry Ford.

Google donating $6.8 million to fund next two years of San Francisco’s Free Muni for Youth program

Google donating $6.8 million to fund next two years of San Francisco’s Free Muni

On Thursday, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced that an amount of $6.8 million is being donated by Google to fund the city's Free Muni for Youth program for the next two years. The announcement of Google's donation comes in the midst of opposition of the plans to allow the use of municipal bus stops for the company's private commuter buses.

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