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Ken Box vs. Carfection: Crazy Cart madness

Carfection's antics in Crazy Carts have attracted the attention of none other than Ken Box. But can we survive a confrontation?

March 30, 2016


Ken Block's latest creation is a 333-horsepower Ford Escort

The king of high-production tire destruction returns with the Escort that America was never cool enough to get.

By October 27, 2015


Ken Block's Gymkhana Escort is a 333-horsepower tire-shredding beast (pictures)

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.

18 Images By October 27, 2015


Step aside Ken Block, Stanford invents an autonomous electric drift car

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.

By October 20, 2015


Australia is scared of the Ford Focus RS

Because nothing is scarier than a car with a built-in drift mode, right?

By July 15, 2016


Monument Valley creator founds new game studio

The new Australia-based studio is called Mountains, and will be releasing its first game in 2017.

By July 11, 2016


Facebook stocks data center with phones from yesteryear

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.

By July 13, 2016


Oh Rapture! BioShock: The Collection out this September

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?

By June 30, 2016


Apple's 'Think Different' ad man on the company today, the iMac and Samsung ads

Ken Segall tells CNET how Steve Jobs wanted to call the iconic computer the "Mac Man".

By June 17, 2016


IBM's Watson may provide a shortcut to treating cancer

The tech giant's cognitive computer system will help oncologists with the data-intensive work of identifying mutations in DNA and finding specific treatments.

By June 29, 2016