We all know about the Ford GT40 -- it's a legend in its own lifetime -- but why did it come to be? And what about its successors, the GT70 and GT? We took a look at the cars that ensured Ford was up there with the very best.
It might come as a surprise, but is a 50-foot electromechanical snake -- the Titanoboa -- really out of place? CNET doesn't think so.
Half of 25 to 34-year olds and a third of 18 to 24-year olds have an iPad or similar tablet, and they're using them to watch lots of online video.
This is the little-known story of Lotus cars and the grassroots motorsport that inspired Colin Chapman to build super-lightweight race cars. Many folks may know a little bit about the original Lotus 7 from the 1950s, and their modern kit car incarnations, but what happened to the Lotuses numbered 1 through 6?
Fifty Shades of Grey scribe EL James is the bestselling author of all time on Amazon UK, beating Harry Potter writer JK Rowling.
An exciting breakthrough by an academic little known before last year is firing up mathematicians. Now even playwrights are getting in on the act.
The ease with which gadgets allow bosses to corral employees on the beach and even in the sauna means that the majority of people now expect to have to work on vacation.
Agent 007's love of "shaken, not stirred" martinis may have been a result of alcohol-induced tremors, say the authors of a silly study examining Bond's health. They also estimate he'd die by 56.
John Glenn, the enduring face of America's early space program, blasted off and into history 50 years ago today, kicking off NASA's bid to catch up with the Russians in the Cold War space race.
Judged a failure at the time, Big Blue's 7030 supercomputer left a rich, albeit indirect legacy for the rest of the computer industry.