On today's show, we wonder how the United Kingdom will take to Google Glass, say hey to a robot valet named Ray, and discuss Harley-Davidson's new electric motorcycle. We've also got a new round of Into It, and your tweets and emails.
On today's show, we wonder how the United Kingdom will take to Google Glass, check out a robot valet named Ray, and discuss Harley-Davidson's new electric motorcycle. Also, a new round of Into It, and your tweets and emails.
Harley invited us down to its busy New York City dealership to check out the recently unveiled Project LiveWire. Check it out in the flesh.
Harley's latest bike is radically different than anything the company has made before, and its engineers think it's uniquely suited for city streets. Join us as we find out.
A YouTube tease says that there will be an electric Harley. Can this be true? It seems it will be launched tomorrow.
The Harley-Davidson Museum's Collection X features some of the company's oddities and artifacts collected during the history of motorcycle culture and construction.
The Harley-Davidson Museum occasionally opens its doors on Collection X, the strangest exhibits from its archives. CNET checks out the extreme ends bikers will go to worship motorcycles and riding.
The Harley-Davidson Steel Toe Tour at the company's Powertrain Operations plant in Wisconsin gives visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the engine-build process, as well as how a bike evolves from an idea to reality.
CNET tours a Harley-Davidson plant near Milwaukee, Wisc., where one can get an inside look at the process of building the bikes' signature V-Twin engines, including those engines going into its new Dark Custom line.
Museum in the company's hometown of Milwaukee offers a glimpse at the history of Harley-Davidson and its motorcycles with an advanced mix of audio visual displays. CNET takes a tour.