You know what I do when I need to take a quick break from writing about motorcycles? I sit back and scroll through Instagram pics of motorcycles. Chances are, you do the same, so here are some accounts you should make sure you’re following.
We love toys around here. We love writing about them, playing with them, shooting each other in the face with them. But while we try to find any excuse we can to share them with you, there are some toys that just aren't quite tech enough to fit on Gizmodo. That's why we've created Toyland.
Recently, Slate published an article entitled Down with Lifehacking, arguing that life hacking—our bread and butter around here—is just a time-wasting buzzword that doesn’t make anyone’s lives better. Obviously, we think differently.
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While test driving a $250,000 Bentley Continental GTC Speed, magazine editor Kate Winick crashed the car after swerving to avoid a UPS truck.
Slate continues to follow its secret tagline of "Contrarianism is almost as good as actual wisdom," asserting it's "not so bad" for cars to run on software making them out of our control. Fun faux Slate headline guessing game below.
Our fearless leader was talking Toyota recall last night on G4 TV's Attack of the Show. He claims he was expecting Olivia Munn to be standing there for his wink. Yeah, sure dude, whatever. Video below.
Two years after the first speed-limit enforcement cameras were installed in the Arizona hamlet of Scottsdale, ABC News decided to send three of its crack journalists on a mission to aggressively investigate whether they work. The answer? Yes! Wow—Lisa Stark, John Parkinson and Imaeyen Ibanga, your dedication and…
David Pitlyuk, of davepit.com, decided to venture out into the dark and dangerous blogosphere to ask the top non-auto bloggers what they drive. The answers were even more anti-climatic than you might imagine. The majority of the bloggers drive four-door sedans: Camrys, Maximas, Corollas, CRVs, RLs, etc. There were a…