We are gearing up for next week's premiere of Pregnant & Dating, and WE are psyched. Get it? We emphasized WE cause the show is on WE? Anywho, check out this extended trailer of the show above, where we get a bit more insight into the personal lives of the five ladies who are preggers and dating. Which one do you think will have the most interesting story? Really having a hard time choosing here. Watch: The Trailer for Pregnant & Dating So watch that above, and come back to OKMagazine.com next week for EXCLUSIVE interviews with Megan and Keisha! They're our favorites already. OK! News: Why We're Excited for Pregnant & Dating Are you going to be watching Pregnant & Dating, which premieres Friday, May 31 on WE? What do you think of this show's concept in general? How will it compare to other pregnancy shows? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: WE TV
Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life’s well-worn grooves.
An interplanetary weather app, a spot-the-space-station tool, and a Mars greenhouse concept are among the winners of the 2013 International Space Apps Challenge. The contest solicited mobile apps and technologies that aid space exploration and enrich life here on Earth.
Filed under: Emerging Technologies, EV/Plug-in, Infiniti While we had been told it was coming in 2014, the exact release date of the production version of the Infiniti LE concept might just might hinge on something you can't see and that the Japanese automaker can't control: wireless charging infrastructure. That's the word from Autocar, which talked to Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer, who admits that wireless charging "is this technology we want to shine a light on, so while there is no world standard on methods, the rollout will be dependent on region." In other words, if you want the latest luxury EV, you'd better hide those wires. They're so gauche. There's a good chance Infiniti will be the first OEM to sell a production inductive charging vehicle (companies like Mitsubishi and Audi are also working on the technology), which is likely to be a double-edged sword. Yes, it'll have bragging rights, but the wired infrastructure is proving difficult enough to put into place, and having the coolest tech doesn't mean much if you can't put it into use. Thankfully, the LE (or whatever it will be called) is also expected to come with conventional wired charging capabilities. Also, Infiniti is, at this point, trying to get induction charging technology to be open source, which could help a lot of players in the industry. The LE concept, based on the Nissan Leaf, has the same 24-kWh lithium-ion battery pack but a more powerful 100-kw electric motor good for 134 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque.Infiniti luxury electric sedan needs more wireless charging originally appeared on Autoblog Green on Wed, 22 May 2013 18:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Email this | Comments
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