Carfection's antics in Crazy Carts have attracted the attention of none other than Ken Box. But can we survive a confrontation?
The king of high-production tire destruction returns with the Escort that America was never cool enough to get.
Coming soon to a Gymkhana video near you is Ken Block's second-generation 1978 Ford Escort. It started life as a tarmac rally racer but has since been repurposed for one job only -- outright tire destruction. Packing 333 horsepower and rear-wheel drive, this car's insanity is matched only by that of its owner.
Stanford University rolls out MARTY, a DeLorean-based electric car that's almost as futuristic as Doc Brown's -- it can drift without a driver.
Because nothing is scarier than a car with a built-in drift mode, right?
The new Australia-based studio is called Mountains, and will be releasing its first game in 2017.
The world's largest social network needs its app to work on all our phones -- not just brand-new, top-of-the-line iPhones and Androids. CNET traveled to the company's Oregon data center to see how it's done.
All three games, all the DLC, and more retro steam-punk artwork than you can shake a Sky-Hook at. So, would you kindly get me a copy?
Ken Segall tells CNET how Steve Jobs wanted to call the iconic computer the "Mac Man".
The tech giant's cognitive computer system will help oncologists with the data-intensive work of identifying mutations in DNA and finding specific treatments.