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Boston science museum offering Segway tours

Boston's Museum of Science has exhibits on natural history, dinosaurs, space travel and electricity, all enclosed within four walls.Full story

Segway owner donated 1,000 scooters to U.S. troops

Segway scooters can lead to serious injuries

Segway firm owner dies in Segway accident

Want to see London? Follow the homeless

London-based Sock Mob Events offers four walking tours of the city. What sets these tours apart from other London offerings? They are led by trained homeless guides. Full story

GM's electric transport concept at CES

  General Motors brought several of its En-V electric networked vehicles to CES. Built on Segway platforms, they're intended for efficient use in crowded urban centers. For more on CES, go to technolog.msnbc.com

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  Segway owner dies in accident

The owner of the Segway company, Jim Heselden, was killed falling off the side of a cliff while riding a segway on his estate in England.

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Millionaire owner of Segway firm, Jimi Heselden, who died in freak accident after riding one of his two-wheel machines off a cliff.

British millionaire businessman, Jimi Heselden, is seen in this undated photograph.
British millionaire businessman, Jimi Heselden, is seen in this undated photograph.

British millionaire businessman, Jimi Heselden, who owns the firm Segway is seen in this undated handout photograph received in London on September 27, 2010. Heselden, who bought the U.S.-based firm that manufactures the self-balancing Segway scooter, was found dead at the bottom of a cliff with one

Former British facing driver Stirling Moss, rides a Segway, a motorized two wheeled vehicle, during, the an Eco-Car event in The Mall, London
Former British facing driver Stirling Moss, rides a Segway, a motorized two wheeled vehicle, during, the an Eco-Car event in The Mall, London

Former British facing driver Stirling Moss, rides a Segway, a motorized two wheeled vehicle, during, the an Eco-Car event in The Mall, London, which is part of Prince Charles's initiative to raise awareness of green and sustainability issues Sunday Sept. 12, 2010. ** UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES