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2015 Holden Commodore Calais-V Sportwagon

CNET takes a long drive from Sydney to Melbourne in a Holden, Australia's home-country car brand, encountering deep sand and kangaroos on the way.

By May 29, 2015

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Australia's own Holden Calais-V Sportwagon (pictures)

Australian automaker Holden, a division of GM, offers the Calais-V Sportwagon, a comfortable and capable car for road trips.

17 Images By May 29, 2015


Man dies after shooting off firework from top of his head

Technically Incorrect: Despite a government safety YouTube video that warns people about keeping their heads away from fireworks, a Maine man deliberately places a fireworks mortar tube on his head.

By July 5, 2015


Toyota GT 86 (Scion FR-S) to Le Mans

We took the hotly anticipated Toyota GT 86 (Scion FR-S) to Le Mans in 2012 -- the journey was...eventful.

By September 4, 2013


Eurostar is the best way to get from London to Paris

Road Trip 2011: Though there are planes and ferries that can take you between the English and French capitals, the convenience and speed of the Eurostar train is unmatched. Just be careful how much luggage you bring.

By August 13, 2011


The Chunnel is far more than Eurostar

Road Trip 2011: CNET gets a rare behind-the-scenes look at the operations of the Eurotunnel, the longest underwater tunnel in the world, and it's not just the Eurostar. It's trucks, cars, and even dogs.

By June 30, 2011


Understanding OpenCalais...through Twitter

Learning about OpenCalais...from Twitter.

By January 16, 2009


Reuters opens up, but what does its OpenCalais service do?

The news giant has a new Web service that is so cool I can hardly understand what it means. Yes, it's that cool.

By January 30, 2008


Semantic technology gains publishing foothold

Technology that lets computers better comprehend the meaning of digital content is gaining some adoption among Web publishers.

By May 28, 2009


Tim Berners-Lee: Google could be superseded by the Semantic Web

The inventor of the World Wide Web says that what Google has done so far pales in comparison with what the Semantic Web will bring. Facebook and MySpace could eventually be trumped, too.

By March 11, 2008