The Monster Digital Daytona will give you a typical solid-state drive experience both in terms of performance and cost.
Technically Incorrect: In a new book, the Science Guy says he's depressed at how such old technology is celebrated by so many. He wants Nascar to turn an exciting green.
Commentary: The creative team behind the new film says it wanted to create something akin to an Impressionist painting rather than a "photo" of Apple's mercurial leader. It is that: pretty but very blurry.
From CNET Magazine: Cars are evolving, and even supercars need to progress if they want to stay ahead of the curve. This is the story of Ford's radical carbon-fiber wundercar, the Ford GT.
Ford introduced the its new GT supercar at this year's Detroit auto show to great fanfare, and today Ford revealed the model would participate in next year's Le Mans GTE Pro class.
In the world of American motorcycles, tradition usually trumps technology. Erik Buell has been pushing the two-wheeled envelope for decades, and EBR looks set to bring us into the future.
Technically Incorrect: Driving cars fast is driven by data. So America's foremost racing organization decides it must step forward to teach kids math and science.
Technically Incorrect: The GoDaddy Super Bowl ad, which mocked Budweiser's puppy ads, should have aired, says the famous driver and GoDaddy spokeswoman.
Was Nascar's attempt to take down a YouTube video taken by a spectator of yesterday's Daytona crash motivated by respect for the victims or fear for its own image? YouTube reverses the takedown.
Dish's Hopper product lets TV watchers skip the ads -- so the networks have in turn been declining to run ads for the Hopper. But when Fox shows the Daytona 500 on Sunday, the Dish logo will race around that obstacle.