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Where Ya Ass Was at When This Lady Danced to Future During a Car Chase?

In Los Angeles last night, a suspected car thief stopped and exited her plunder in the middle of a high-speed pursuit with police to dance to a few bars of Future’s “Where Ya At,” then returned to the car. Officers swarmed the vehicle and arrested her moments later, ABC 7 reports. » 8/27/15 4:46pm Yesterday 4:46pm

Here's more awesome footage of the Lexus hoverboard

That Lexus hoverboard that we all got collectively giddy about until we realized we could probably never afford one (if they were ever going to actually build more than one) is going to be shown off in full on August 5th. Lexus is saying that it’ll be revealing everything about the project then, which cool, we’ll see… » 7/29/15 10:41am 7/29/15 10:41am

One Man’s Imperfect Quest To Build Sportbikes In America

Anytime anyone rags on one of Erik Buell’s motorcycles, I have to fight an overwhelming urge to pick them up and shake them. “Don’t you understand his story?!” I shout in my head. Not enough people do, so let’s fix that once and for all. It’ll make you appreciate the quirky, flawed genius of his motorcycles. » 5/14/15 2:39pm 5/14/15 2:39pm

10 Holiday Travel Tips From A Man From The Future With A Teleporter

Holiday traveling couldn't be easier, thanks to the fact that I'm from the future and have access to insanely advanced matter-teleportation technology. And even though all of you reading this are disgusting, backwards simpletons, I'm delighted to give you my Top 10 Turkey-Day Teleporter Travel Tips! Hang on! » 11/27/14 1:00pm 11/27/14 1:00pm

Google Car Is A Toy, But Self-Driving Trucks Could Change The World

Semi-truck driving seems like exactly the kind of repetitive, yet awareness-intensive activity that robots were born to bear the burden of. Why bother with a self-driving PowerWheels koala bear when 'bots could be taking the efficiency of ground transport to a whole new level? » 5/28/14 4:06pm 5/28/14 4:06pm

Why New Technology Means We'll Build Cars Downton Abbey-Style In The Future

Back in the early days of automobiles, when you had to be I-have-three-footman wealthy to own a horseless carriage, the way most cars were sold was in two distinct parts: an automobile company would sell you an engine/rolling chassis unit, and then you'd have a body built by a coachwork company. » 1/17/13 9:00am 1/17/13 9:00am